Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Friends in Blogville!

Blogville is a large community of people who love to share themselves with the world. It's a tight knit community. We share thoughts, ideas, problems, recipes, sewing tips, photography. You name it, and if there's a way, we will share it right here in our own little corner of the blogisphere.

I've been blogging for about 2 years. I have been reading blogs for about that long as well. For a long time, my family didn't know that I had a blog or was posting regularly. But I finally told them, and they are my most faithful commentors.

I posted a picture yesterday, and complained about the fact that I'm not good at taking pictures, and Jennifer from the Cotton Wife(who is a fantastic photographer) told me about a button that looks like a flower on my camera that would help with my close up problem. I thought this was so sweet of her to take her time and tell me this since she is so incredibly busy. Thank you so much, I'd never noticed that button before. On one of the quilt blogs I read, I posted a question about the size of the blocks she had made. I immediately got a sweet response. I'm thinking you can ask people most anything and they graciously respond.

I just had to brag a little on my blog friends. You all are a special bunch of folks.

Have a great day. Pray for Becky at Twisted Fencepost. She has lost her last sibling. Love one another.


Laura ~Peach~ said...

i love the sister hood and brother hood of bloggers there is nothing that you can not post about and recieve help or positive feedback... i have in 4 years of blogging had 2 spammers... and one person who was so rude and negative... so odds are Good :)
I love my computer/blog my friends live in it :)

Alice Grace said...

Our blog friends are wonderful! We have found friends that otherwise we would never have heard of. Isn't it wonderful! Cooking, sewing, scripture, and just friendship! It is a great community and I am so glad I am part of it! I found you, didn't I!

Lisa said...

Yes it is nice to have friends all over and can be comfortable with asking for help, or just asking a question. I have found we are all the same no matter where we are from. I love bloggville. Glad you are lucky as I am to have great bloggy friends.

Twisted Fencepost said...

Yes, blogtown is more than just words on a computer screen. They are friends across the miles. And such a joy to be a part of. Especially when I make friends as special as you. Thank you!
I stopped in to let you know that I received the gift you sent and found that you had requested prayer for me. I'm sending you a hug for your gift both physical and spiritual. Thank you!

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