Friday, March 06, 2009

Still alive....

... very much alive indeed. I was just bloghopping and read the following:

i need to start posting more often. i think i get caught up in all the things i could or should be sharing and get overwhelmed.

It so stupid that I simply don't take the time to blog once in a while, because I do love it. It is very comforting though that there are (a lot!) of people who have the same "problem".

What I have been doing the last month? What do you think?


For this dress I used the same pattern as for Bincke's birthday dress and the Duckie dress. The fabric with the print is (again!) from Alexander Henry called "The Perfect Pattern".

This cutie dress was sewn as a present for a little baby girl, born on the first day of Christmas...


Sooo...I have been enjoying myself, have been sick for almost a week too.
Have booked a great vacation: we will be staying in a house in Dahab, Egypt for 2 weeks in June :-)...yay! No mass tourism here, which is good, very good!!
Besides snorkeling...I won't be doing anything here :-), except petting the occasional camel or goat that comes by our house haha...
Googling Dahab I found someone saying:
"Dahab - Tourist trap at the Red Sea. It took us 30 days to escape."
:-))))))
I soooo can't wait until its June!
Did you already book your holiday?

5 comments:

Nat said...

These dresses are the cutest! And I love your vacationplans - will you fighting critters too and wear Flagheads- LOL

Mandy said...

Queen of girly dresses! WOW!
Dahab, sigh, i remember... lying down on colorful mats along the coast, sipping a cup of something fruity and fresh, having yummy breakfast of yoghurt and honey on those same mats... snorkling at the blue hole, and riding camels on our way to see sunrise on the top of mount Sinaï...

Christiane said...

wow, i wish i have a little girl - but only for sewing dresses!! hehehe!!
and i'm sure you'll have fun in egypt!! :))

*fauve* said...

Those dresses makes me want to have a girl!!

Egypt sounds magical :)

D@nielle said...

ooooh they are so cute, you can start your own etsy soon ;) mmmmmmmhhhh dahab looks pretty cool !