Friday, August 6, 2010

Shussssssh!

What a massive week that was - it was soooo good to get home last night & stay there. This weekend I need to rest my weary feet & overloaded brain, renew my acquaintance with a very neglected MOTH & speak only if I absolutely have to! The Conference was crazy busy, but it was wonderful to catch up with people I only see once a year at this Meeting. My boss reckoned our Trade Display morphed into Millie's Kissing Booth - after nearly 20 years doing this job, there's lots of people to kiss & cuddle! The breakfast symposium yesterday morning was without a doubt the most successful I've ever done - so it was really worth the frightening 4.30a.m. start. Have a wonderful weekend.
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20 comments:

  1. Good for you Millie! Congratulations on a job well done.

    - Emma

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  2. Welcome home Millie.
    I hope that you and Moth have a beautiful relaxing weekend.

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  3. So glad you had a great week... now put yer feet up! A-m xx

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  4. OH Millie, it sounds like it was a great success for you. Wish I were there to spread some of that love! :) hee hee

    Now, it's time for R & R for you!!

    xo

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  5. I'm amazed Millie at how you keep up your wonderful blog when you have such an important job.
    Not at all surprised about the Millie Kissing Booth though; if you deploy as much charm and humour at work as you do at The Laurel Hedge how could everyone not want to come and see you - I'd be there at the front of the line!
    Sharon

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  6. It sounds as though you had a wonderful time! It must be nice to put your feet up and relax :)

    Have a great weekend, Millie!

    Abby

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  7. Sounds like a hectic but hugely successful week Millie. Well done! Love the sound of Millies kissing booth!

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  8. Sounds like you had some fun.

    Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog. So you guys have "lusty dogs."

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  9. Hope you get the Rest You Need over the weekend...Glad it all went Ok..
    cheers

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  10. Welcome home Millie! Have a wonderful, relaxing weekend!
    xoxoTrina

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  11. Wow, well done Millie, good job!

    Have a wonderful week-end....you deserve it :)

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  12. Yeah for you!!! I hope that you both enjoy some well-deserved pampering over the weekend and that it is full of many spoiling moments.
    x Felicity
    PS Thank you for stopping by and leaving your usual dose of sunshine. x

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  13. Millie bravo to you my sweet friend. You I hope have your feet up & being waited on hand & foot by your dear MOTH wearing an adorable manly apron & holding a tea tray. I think I've been watching too many made for t.v. movies?!!

    Wishing you a great new week. I think you need to rest those lips. xoxo

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  14. Hi Millie, glad to hear the conference was a success and the effort was all worth it in the end. Hopefully you get to take a little time out to recover!

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  15. I bet you are everyone's favourite, Millie. Hope MOTH has been rubbing those feet and spoiling you over the weekend. I can just hear him threatening to set up a 'kissing booth' for him too!
    Clare x

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  16. Hey Millie
    Well sounds like you have been working up a storm... I can just see that Millie kissing booth now!!

    Hope you had a restful weekend... xxx Julie

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  17. Millie's Kissing Booth? - priceless x

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  18. Hello - I came by from Mise's blog Pretty Far West, liked your comment about children and how when they are grown you wait like a cat on a hot tin roof for an invite to go over and then check their fridge for food, I thought that was so true (and so sweet!)

    Glad your conference went well despite the scary sounding 4.30am start - does that hour even exist? :)

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  19. Well done Millie, is there nothing you can't do? Rachaelxx

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  20. ahh, a Millie kissing booth, sounds great, I wonder what MOTH thought about that one :)

    sending a hand written RSVP sounds lovely Millie, not dinosaur at all.
    I sent some mail off today & asked for stamps & not just a printout, was lovely to see.
    happy week to you ♥

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And none will hear the postman's knock
Without a quickening of the heart.
For who can bear to feel himself forgotten?
~W.H. Auden

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