Last postal dates are rapidly approaching for those sending cards America – 13th and Western Europe – 14th (anywhere else it best be in the post already according to Royal mail) so get your orders in for some holiday cards with skeletal indifference!
A bit more shamless self promotion
So on the left we have a larger 7.5 x 6 card with two skulls under mistletoe £1.75 each or 5 for £7.50
The smaller 6 x 4 Happy Xmas card £1.50 each or 5 for £6.
On the right Rudolf the skeletal reindeer. Available in 6 x 4 for £1.50 each or 5 for £6 or in the larger 7.5 x 6 for £1.75 each or 5 for £7.50.
On the same heavier paper stock with their own envalope!
A little sneak peek at the Xmas cards that will be for sale on my Facebook page later this week. More designs to come! (at Umeko’s desk of dead things)
Can it really be a whole year since my last Thanksgiving blog? This last year really has flown.
The very first thing to be thankful for is Leo, I really can’t put into words how thankful I am to have him in my life. Through the great times and the bad this year he has been there every step of the way. As soppy and overdone as this is, I can’t wait to spend the rest of my life with him.
I am thankful for my friends, no matter where in the country/world they are. When I first moved to Scotland I thought that we would all grow apart, I would be forgotten and that would be the end of our friendship. I may not see some of them very often but I am deeply thankful for the time and effort they put into keeping in touch with me.
I am thankful for being in such a fortunate position in life. I work part time and always have enough money in my pocket to allow us to do what we want to do. We don’t go without very often and have the chance to do all this while spending a lot more time together than we did last year. I am well aware that a lot of people work a lot more than I do and still struggle to make ends meet and as such I don’t ever want to take for granted how fortunate I am. I am extremely thankful for being so fortunate.
I am thankful for still having my nan. I lost my grandad in October and between them they brought me up for many years. They are everything good I remember from being a kid and as much as I will never stop missing my grandad I am thankful for still having my nan. She is an amazing lady who means the world to me.
On the opposite I am thankful for not having to deal with my parents anymore. It took a long time to decide if I should do this but after much deliberation I cut ties earlier this year. I have always been terrible at removing bad things from my life but this really has made the world of difference. A huge weight has been lifted from me and I am thankful for not having this contact stress anymore.
So here is to 2013! it has been an amazing year (not even over yet) and I have lost some people on the way but roll on 2014 and lets see what you have in store for me.
Born in 1783 in Mundul Gait with a second imperfect skull and what is believed to be two fully formed brains, the boy from Bengal was sold as a sideshow attraction by his parents.
His skull(s) now live in The Huntarian Museum, London
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