Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I know, I know, I am really late in saying so, and I apologize. I decided that this Holiday season I would take a little break from the computer/blogging/social media and just relax. Okay, so I did not “relax” until after all the Christmas festivities were over, but once they were, I did take a few days of rest, relaxation and reading. So now that we have rung in the new year, I am back! Miss me?
Now, I am very excited to share with you all about my gift from the Christmas in the Country Gift Exchange. If you remember, Jamie from This Uncharted Rhoade and I collaborated on a project to spread some Christmas cheer. We invited fellow bloggers and agvocates to participate in a gift exchange. We were beyond excited to have a total of 25 participants! You have already met all of them and I hope have visited their wonderful blogs.
I was very happy and excited to see that my package came all of the way from Ohio! A state that I have visited, but from a blogger I had not “meet” before the exchange. My new friend Taysha of Dirt Road Charm had my name and sent me a wonderful package full of items she found in her town.
This is what she wrote:
Enclosed is your Christmas swap gifts. All of the items come from my town in OH.
The homemade laundry soap is made by a local lady in the community and she includes the recipe so if you love it you can make more.
The table runner is from an old feed sack.
The candle holder is actually a “vintage pig scraper”.
The candle is homemade by a local lady as well! That is one of my favorite scents!
I hope you enjoy!
Not only did I enjoy, I LOVE everything that she sent me! I was able to open my package without an audience, (aka-Kids) and was able to look everything over and find spots right away for it in my home. I have the laundry soap displayed in my laundry room because I think it is so fun and pretty to look at. I do plan on using it, but for now I like seeing it when I do laundry. The candle holder and feed sack table runner look great in the living room and the dinning room. The candle was burning minutes after I opened the box and is now one of my favorite scents too.
Thank you Taysha for your gift. I truly love it!
To see whose name I had, CLICK HERE.
Blessings to you and to all of my new Country Friends,
Laurie – Country Link