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Response: I don't know why I didn't notice that I was sending it back! I often hold onto things I like for a few months, and then mail them back out so that I can share them with others. ATCs and small artworks are meant to be seen, right?
Hope you're doing well!
Response: Aaah! I'll be sure to tape envelope edges or use heavier papers.
If you like, see about messaging LavenderSprinkles to join us at LSRUS group. There's also a monthly wish list in the Forums. I try to destash by sending out a few envelopes a month... Not sure it actually helps :P But I feel better! hahaha
Response: I'm so glad you liked everything!
Cats can be a handful, especially when it comes to vet bills. One option, if owning a cat isn't easy right now, is to see if there are local pet shelters. Many allow people to come in and "socialize" animals, talking to them, petting them, just being around. A lot of shelters don't have time for that and it helps animals get adopted faster. I don't always have time or a car to go across town for that, though... but if I really wanted to start spinning yarn again, that would be the first stop for long cat fur to spin in with wool!
Response: I have a LOT of craft supplies, so I'm always getting new stuff in and sending new stuff out. Right now, I have a thing for cotton yarn, glass and stone beads (especially purples, greens, greys, and strangely, pinks), and assorted charms. I don't care about metal content. I have tonnes of yarns, beads, fabrics, emb. floss, and jewellery I can trade. Oh, I'm also looking for the Harry Potter books, except #5. :P My little sister has never read them.