Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Lost on the Exchange Highway

I seem to have a growing number of exchanges that 'go bad' lately. It's not really a big deal if I don't receive something. But whether the problem is on the sending or receiving end, I miss making the connection with another stitcher. Here's a sweet little scissor fob I sent ages ago and never heard from my partner. I hope she received it and I hope I eventually hear from her. Maybe Murphy's law will kick in and by showing the picture here, it will trigger a response from her.

11 comments:

Chris said...

That is adorable.

Barbara said...

It's a bummer when that happens, I agree.

It's a really cute exchange, however!

staci said...

A very cute exchange :) That is so disappointing when you never hear back or when you don't get your end of the exchange.

Daffycat said...

I'm sorry you've not heard from your partner...I do hope she has received the fob.

Liz said...

What a cute little mousie. I certainly hope you hear from your partner because she must be loving that little guy.

Jenny said...

Oh, how cute! I really hope your exchange partner received it - and will get back to you!

Sandra said...

That is very cute Annie! I know it's heartbreaking when you have to guess whether your partner got it or not...

I'm sure she'll love it!

Pumpkin said...

Cute :o) That's what I'm always afraid of. If I know the other person, I'd feel more comfortable. Sorry they haven't worked out.

umintsuru said...

Hi Annie,
Just wanted to let you know I just nominated you for the I love your blog award.

Gina E. said...

Hi Annie,
I'm still hoping S. from Cross Stitchin Fingers will come good for you! She has sent yet another message to me apologising for the delay, which is due to her working on other stuff, and she says her card will be posted to you very soon. Fingers crossed! I love your little projects - maybe I can arrange for us to be swap partners on a future CSF exchange?

Barbara said...

That is so cute and I sure hope it was received and that you hear from you real soon. It's awful not knowing.
Barb in TX