Friday, July 29, 2011
I hate it. I dislike saying goodbye. When I meet a new spirit I never want them to leave. And so it is with a few of my blog friends. I am sad that I have had to cut you loose from my favorites list, but then it really wasn't my doing. They have either left the blog world or have retreated for more then 6 months and not sure if they will return. I understand. I do and I will miss you but it is time that I clean out my space for others. You have gone away because others are coming. So I have added new blogs. Some are long time bloggers newly discovered by me and some are brand new posters to the blog world. I welcome you all and wish all those who have left well.
Say hello to a few of my newest blog friends:
Garter Mademoiselle - how cannot you not love a name like that? A new blogger, her posts are delightful as she shares her love of silky drawers, garter, and all things romancing ribbons creative. A Jersey gal now living in Germany, she shares her vintage finds found in her European travels.
Dear Helen Hartman is like Dear Abbey on junkin crack. As she writes, "This is the South! Too much food, too much jewelry or too much hairspray, there is no such thing. In this part of the country, too much of anything is just about enough...But I do believe I'd have stopped at giving the dummy a gun! Oh wait, that has never been a prohibition against dummies with firearms 'round here." We even have a term for an abundance of blessing here in the South.
It’s called a gracious plenty."
One Cheap Mama...she had me at cheap mama. A mother of two and a mom of one with caviar taste and a sardine budget so she does the best she can to feed, clothe and decorate chic and cheap. From Louisiana Y'all. In these crazy economical times, it's great to have a leader "on the cheap" to help us navigate our financial opportunities.
All have one thing in common that immediately attracted me to them. It was their joy of life. So I hope you enjoy visiting these blogs and as always, wishing you blessings to those you love. Sea Witch