Thursday, September 08, 2011

my very own post office!

when I was little I loved playing shopsand today I had my very own Post Office delivered to me in a box!Over the past few weeks I have been setting up an account with Royal Mail which means I can deliver my parcels to the Sorting Office in mail bags and never queue at the Post Office again!!

hurrah!

I have all manner of new stationery and labels at my disposal and later on I shall be talked through it all (over the phone) and if it all goes to plan I'll be dropping off my parcels later on today!

13 comments:

Jessica said...

All those labels and post officey bits look like lots of fun - I hope it all goes smoothly and you are posting parcels queue free with no problems at all!

Linda Gilbert said...

Oh! Joy of joys-- I can think of nothing I would like more!!

Anonymous said...

Oh that is just fab! It takes me back to my childhood when i had a pretend post office set! Have fun with it! It looks so exciting! Mandy :)

The Pea Pod said...

I hope the telephone instructions are easy to follow and it all goes smoothly x

Lucy said...

How cool is that!?!!! V jealous!

Anonymous said...

I've been following your blog. You're an inspiration to me. You've been improving a lot.
Congratulations.

Frances (*V*)

Julia said...

To not queue at the Post Office would be fab! Can I come and play too?! xx

Anne-Marie said...

I want to come and play, too....pleeeeeze :0

Louise said...

That is soooo cool!!!

I loved my toy post office when I was little as well, and I would love my own post office like this!

Anonymous said...

You lucky lucky girl!!!!Playing at Post offices - stickers, stamps, pens, tape........heaven! Enjoy!
Juliexoxo

CherylG said...

Hi, I received one of your lovely packages earlier in the week (squeeeee!) and noticed on the flier that you are adding Christmas Trees and Baubles to your John Lewis kits. When will these be available to buy from your site, obviously only to give you chance to play with your post office kit!!

Mandy said...

Ooh that is so exciting! I also loved playing shops and libraries so that I could stamp and write in little notebooks etc. I still adore stationary, and welcome any excuse to start a new notebook! Such memories it brings back!
Mandy

smilernpb said...

Oh wow, I LOVED playing Post Offices! :o) This looks so much fun, and hopefully it will save you lots of time (and money?) xx