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January 04, 2010



I say don't stop blogging. Sometimes we go through phases where we don't want to, or don't have time, or just don't care... but for those days you want to reach out, we'll be here! So happy for you!!


Happy New Year! Looking forward to seeing your Fireside sweater. I think you should keep the blog up, even if you only update once in a while. :-)


So good to hear from you again. Thrilled that 2009 was such a fabulous year for you! Glad that you and your family are all happy and healthy!!
I am with everyone else...don't give up on the blog just yet...I love seeing your FO-
I read Cheryl's post-so sorry to hear about your current situation. Thinking of you & wishing you peace and happiness in the upcoming year. Keep your head up-things will get better!

Thinking of you-

Susan - Knitters Delight

Happy New Year! Even if you have taken a hiatus, don't give up the blog just yet. We'll be here when you are able to post - however long it is between posts.


Happy New Year!! I'm glad you're not taking your blog down. I haven't been feeling like blogging much lately myself, but plan to make more of an effort too. Can't wait to see your new Fireside Sweater!


Happy New Year! May 2010 be another wonderful year! cheers!
PS don't give up the blog! even if you only post once or twice a month (as I do now)!


I'm with Cheryl! Post when you can because your happiness and strength is such an inspiration ... and I like to see your projects too - lol


I am so glad 2009 was kind to you and your family. Your ability to knit is amazing! I hope you keep your blog up--it is always so cool to see your talent. :)


Don't give it up just yet. I have followed your blog for a couple of years (has it been that long?) and I now find that your current happiness brings me some hope for the future. After 22 years of marriage, my husband left me 6 months ago and I am just starting to crawl out of that pit. I have 2 teenagers at home and spend many days scared to death. I am also an RN which is my saving grace-I have an occupation to fall back on even though I have worked less that part-time the last 14 years.
Seeing how much joy you have in your life makes me think that just maybe one day life won't seem so hard. Keep posting about how well you are doing now (and FO's too).

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