Thursday, November 5, 2009

I got mail yet again!

When my owner and I got home from work today there was mail waiting for me by the computer!

it turned out to be a beautiful card from Beanie.

Beanie had send it to me when I wasn't feeling well, but someone at the postal services must have done something wrong as it was send back to Beanie and so it had to be send to me a second time and that's why it only got to me today.

And look:Beanie send me a security blanket!
And it's green, my favourite colour. I will use this blanket a lot this winter I think.

There was also this beautiful Weathergram. don't you just love the little froggy cut out!?
I think I'll have to watch my owner so she won't 'borrow' it to use as a bookmark.

And even more beautiful artwork: An Artist Book!
I posted a few pictures of what's inside the book below, but if you want to see all the cool things inside, go to Beanie's blog and search for Artist book 99.




Beanie: thank you so very much for all the cool and beautiful art and the nice, warm blanket! I'm all better now, but if I hadn't been I'm sure this would have helped me get well!

9 comments:

The Queen of Clearance. said...

that is so cute! Love getting packages! I see that you love to get them too!

Found art blog said...

I'm so pleased it got there this time and even more pleased you like it all!! The Artists book is now listed under "Found" in the Labels list on the right...! I may have to make some more froggies...

Sullivan McPig said...

I absolutely love getting packages!
And My brothers are jeaulous because I got my own blanket.

Hammie en Gea said...

Yes! You've got an artistbook too! Aren't they beautiful? Good that it returned to Beanie and didn't get lost! And the blancket is realy warm and nice... Love the frog too...

Eve said...

wow, what cool stuff beanie sent you sullivan. so very sweet!

Found art blog said...

Oh. Well maybe Andrea might get her knitting needles out again....??!?!

Sullivan McPig said...

I bought a card for Angus today so he didn't feel left out and promised he can use my blanket when he's not feeling well, he can use it to snuggle with as it's too smal for him to cover him.

Karen said...

Hi Sullivan, as a newcommer to the world of blogging, I came across a weathergram for the first time. What is it?

Sullivan McPig said...

From what I gather it's a small piece of art, sometimes with a poem on it too, that is shaped as you see in the picture. Usually you then tie it somewhere outside so that the influence of the weather also has a part in how it finally will look. Mine hasn't been outside, but Beanie makes a lot weathergrams that he then leaves somewhere outside for others to find and enjoy.