So the last weekend before Christmas has come and gone, but the snow has just come. And it shows no signs of going any time soon.
At howies, we are busy packing up all the orders that came in over the weekend and they will be sent down to the hub in Swansea this evening. From there, things are in the hands of the delivery network but we hope that you will all get your parcels by Christmas.
But from today we can't be sure that any more deliveries will get to you in time for Christmas, so please don't place any orders if you need your stuff for the big day. From tomorrow, we will not be shipping any more parcels until the middle of next week.
We'll be here until Friday, so if you have any worries about the whereabouts of an order, please drop us a line on 01239 614 122 and we'll be happy to help you.
If you still need some bits and pieces for your Christmas list, why not pop down to your nearest high street and shop local. The howies stores in Cardigan and London will be open up until Christmas Eve.
In other news, it's apparently a bad time to be a BBC reporter - as they have all been put outside in front of the most impressive bits of snowy chaos and not been allowed to come indoors all weekend. Because as we all know, when there's an unusual amount of snow, it's very important to film a cold person talking about it for hours. One guy seemed to be wearing another extra jacket every time I checked the news. Lets hope the weather clears a bit in time for Christmas so they can all get home and spend some time in front of a fire.