Friday, August 27, 2010

August Jeanne d' Arc Living..."beam them up Captain!"


A note to my dear and PATIENT Jeanne d' Arc Living customers...I have not yet received the August issue. As we all know it was expected in the states August 20. Well, it seems it did arrive in the states everywhere but little ol' Thornville. I waited until the 23rd and then contacted our friends in Denmark upon which I learned there was a "misunderstanding with the transporter but your magazines should arrive within a few days". They also offered their apologies to me and all of you anxiously waiting. So I am thinking they will arrive today, at least I'm keeping my fingers crossed for that. Envelopes are ready and on standy by...in the interest of time I will not be tissue wrapping this time but instead getting them to the post office within minutes of their arrival. So hang in there, Scotty has the transporter issue all figured out and they should be here shortly :-)

6 comments:

*The Beautiful Life* said...

Oh that I DID have a transporter sometimes!! I guess sometimes dealing internationally can have it's hiccups sometimes. But the magazines are worth the wait, so... :)

Have a great, magazine-shipping-filled weekend! ;)

Ruth

Tattered Goods said...

Hi Lisa,
i hope life is treating you and your family well.

smiles,
sheila

* French at Heart * said...

~*~Oh goodness..I must be the only one in the shabby french farmhouse loving world that has never seen that gorgeous magazine..next time you have it hopefully I will snatch one up!!~*~* Rachel :)

Lolo said...

It is definitely worth the wait! I got mine already and I think a few of the pages have drool marks on them... :D
Happy mailbox stalking!
:D

Florence said...

Thanks for the update. I keep watching the mail box for my special prize, so I will just hang in there. I also agree it is so worth the wait. Florence

Cheryl McLemore said...

My copy arrived today in San Francisco! It's such a fabulous, amazing magazine. I've spent the last couple of hours devouring each page and making lists for items to look for at the Alameda Antiques & Collectibles this Sunday.