Thursday, 31 May 2012

The Philofaxy meet Up Part 2.


Welcome to part 2 of the Philofaxy meet up. Once again, this post is picture heavy. But I know you all want to see the pics. :)

Thanks to Imy for some of the photos on here for the big reveal. You can find her blog on the meet up Here

This post is about the City Organiser experience. You can find their website Here

The shop stands out as soon as you see it and I was looking forward to going there.

Imy just taking it all in.

Thomas looking happy :)

Imy and her purchases.

We were given access to the shop and the stock room. So me and Imy went to investigate.

Can I have a job here please. I'm all prepared. Filofax. Computer, headset. Sorted.

I can even keep an eye on people.

It is Filofax heaven down in the Aladdin's cave. I loved it!!
Meanwhile, back in the shop........

Then it was time for the big reveal of the Tracyley

A quick speech about the history of the Tracyley.

Building up the suspense.

The Tracyley took pride of place in the window for photo opportunities.

Then me with the Tracyley.

Then of course I had to have a photo taken with the Temperley's along with the Tracyley.

Then the Philofaxy King himself had a look.

Then Andy had a look.

Keep an eye out on the City Organiser Website for your chance to buy the Tracyley!!!!

After we had made all of our purchases we said our goodbyes and headed off to our destinations.

Me, Imy and Louise headed back to our hotel to get ready for the Tracyley after party.

Our hotel room.

The guests at the Party were myself, Imy, Steve, Louise, Cat, and Cat's husband Mikey.

I love this photo. It reminds me off a "Dawson's Creek" photo, which then prompted numerous google searches for the theme tune.

I would like to thank Steve for organising the meet up, Andy for letting us loose in his shop, Imy for being fab, Louise, Cat and Mikey for coming to the after party and everyone else who came to the meet up.

Thanks for reading!!


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  1. There are some things you just miss in Australia - South Australia, not quite the Back of Beyond, but you can see it from here. Great posts, loved them both.

  2. Thanks for sharing, Tracy! I so wish I had been there with you guys. Especially for the big launch of the Tracyley!!!

  3. Wow, look at all of those Filofax boxes! That would be heaven for me. =) Great post - glad you all had a good time.