Saturday, 8 May 2010

Sad Story

Today we went to sign for a new car and in doing so met with a great fellow who was there to entertain the Children of parents visiting the showroom (Magic Mick) now I couldn't resist the opportunity of having my very own magic balloons made up, Mick told us that while he was entertaining some terrible person had stolen his iPhone, they should be utterly ashamed of themselves, this is a guy who was there to entertain the children trying to make an honest living, shame on you that took it.
Anyway mick was so lovely and if you are in the North east and need a children's entertainer for parties or you need a mobile disco then Mick is your man, he can be found at magicredfearn@aol.com
Below is my daughter holding my prized possession from mick.


8 comments:

Liz said...

Aww what a shame thats awful I am too far away to hire him but I wish him luck
Liz x

Aunty Sue said...

hope they are feeling guilt and are reading this shame on them.

Christine said...

Why do people feel they have to steal from another person I don't know. I hope the culprit is caught and severly punished for his crime.

If i was in the North East I would loved to have hired Mick for my kids party....

My'scardcorner said...

How awful its not just the phone its your contacts and personal imfo too. Hope he gets it back and the balloon it great..

Sheila - Ginger said...

There are some terrible people in this world....fortunately the good people outnumber them. Just hope whoever took Micks phone gets his just desserts!
Lovely picture of your daughter with her balloon.

Love Sheila xx

Beverley said...

God forgive me for saying this...but I hope the darn thing blows up in his face when he goes to use it...sorry!!!...but this pisses me off...beautiful work Mick.

Stampin' HUGZ
Beverley

Anonymous said...

Unfortunatly the people who do this sort of thing will not be engaging with the wonderful, generous people who belong to the family of 'crafters'. There will be no remorse or guilt. We must pray for these people who have lost their way and fallen into the hands of the devil.Thank you Jak for reminding us of the beautiful who a walk this earth.

Paula Gale said...

That is such an aweful story Jak - it really makes me wonder what kind of people we walk amongst sometimes... Poor man - that phone would have been part of his livelyhood.

Lovely pic of your daughter!!!

Paula x x x