|Stormy sky on a recent morning|
I have a list of probably 30 or more blogs I try to keep current on. Within that list I have a hard core group of you that have become friends (as much as we can be, with the miles between us). There I learn about your days, your projects, your family, your holidays, what you're reading, and much more. I love those things about your blogs, and that I feel a (corny alert here) closeness with you that has been built over time. I share your happiness, successes, and sadness. When I thought I would stop blogging last year, and tried, I realized I missed being part of your circle.
I follow blogs about rug hooking, quilting, dyeing, spinning, knitting and weaving. With the exception of weaving, which seems to have fallen by the wayside, I am still actively enjoying these other crafts. I post on some of what I work on and do a lot of things you don't see (like my donation knitting) because I wonder if you would be bored. I have learned that I dislike (and will not read) blogs that go on for what would be many pages long if printed out. I am just not a person who can spend that much time reading on line; I get edgy and want to get busy doing something else.
To end this rambling, I wonder: what DO you really like to hear about? Why do you follow my blog? Since my postings don't focus on one particular topic, like quilting or rug hooking, I often wonder who is popping in and what keeps you coming back. Just nosey. Indulge me if you feel like it. If you don't want to leave a comment here, please leave one on my e-mail address attached to this blog if you feel like it. This is sort of like my own little survey with no prize at the end.