I am happy to report that the gap in my bookcase is no longer there. When I got home on Monday there was a card from the postman on the door mat to say he had tried to deliver something that was too big for my letterbox and needed me to go to the post office to sign for it. 'Woohoo!' I thought, 'clearly they have realised that sending on that Good Mail Day book was a mistake and they have returned it to sender'. But it was actually another Pass The Book book that I had been drawn to receive from Alexa over at Trimming the Sails.
Now this is not my normal type of craftiness. Although I enjoy shuffling bits of paper and glittery, flowery things around on a page, I'm not one to normally pick up a paintbrush and create. So this will be something very new to me and I suspect that it may take me a few reads to get the courage up to do some proper art work. But I am always up for a challenge and even if it's a disaster I promise I will share. I've only had a quick look so far but it's half term here so I have plenty of time to sit down with a coffee and look at it properly.
I have to say that Sian has been very clever in her choices for Pass the Book subjects, they have been very varied and inspirational - it's been a lovely project to take part in and I've been lucky in the books I have 'adopted' over this past year.