Friday, November 13, 2009

Blogging is addictive

When I first started this blog - I thought it would be a once in a while thing, to share LO's I made. That quickly turned into the cards I make, and the new challenges I find (btw - thank you for all the new techniques I have picked up from these blog-hopping visits, and all the inspiration you all provide, and how welcoming you have all been!) Blogging creeps into my thoughts, and is pretty time consuming. I check my blog all the time to see how many hits I have and if there are any new comments (thank you so much for all the kind words, they make me so happy!) I check out the blogs I follow and the blogs those people follow. I even wake up a few minutes earlier to see if "anything" excited happened in my blog & extended blog world.
So, a big thank you to all the people who stop by, and a big *hug* to all who leave a comment, I see blog candy in someone's future.


  1. Hee hee, welcome to the world of blogging!!! So glad you're enjoying it and are making a new world of crafty friends.
    Hugs, Danielle

  2. You sound just like me LOL, I've become a right addict since starting my blog and have found you whilst hopping. Quite sad aren't w!!!!! ROFL

  3. How true this is! I have really attempted to cut back a little, but it is so easy to suddenly realize that I've been at the computer an hour or two! However, I must say that in the year plus that I have been doing this, I have met some of the most wonderful women (and a few men) that all share my love for all things paper. We have real friendships - we care when the others' kids are sick, or their hubs lose their job, or my craft fair doesn't go well...I am always giving my address to one of these folks and getting gifts in the mail, from as far away as the UK! So, hang in there! Keep it within reason, but also enjoy it! We are like one big happy family out here! Thanks for posting my blog candy - that was very sweet of you!!! It is the first time I've ever done that!

  4. Blogging is wonderful isn't it? I have met so many wonderful people doing this, and I feel I have friends now all over the world. Thanks for sharing your thoughts! Best, Curt