Category Archives: Metabloggish
Sometimes something is too long for a facebook post, but awfully short for a blog post. I guess it’s actually worse when something is short enough for facebook, because lately all my kids’ little funny sayings and doings have been … Continue reading →
Were you starting to think I would never blog again? Me, too. Also, I wonder if no one reads blogs anymore. I know I don’t nearly as much as I used to. But I still do enjoy reading them when … Continue reading →
It has come to my attention that some of you have tried to leave comments on this blog, in some cases more than once, but without success. I just want you to know how very sad I am about this, … Continue reading →
So, maybe I will blog again someday. A higher priority, though, is trying to get into my sewing room and maybe, possibly, even finish the dress I started for Mabel last year, that I made progress on three weeks ago … Continue reading →
New blog banner. Click over from Reader if you want to see.
I swear I just checked my blog to see if it had written any of the posts yet that were in my mind. An imaginary blog ought to be able to do those kinds of things, right?
This is to tell you that you really should click over from Reader (or your iPod or whatever) to see my new banner. And then tell Mabel it was totally worth it for her to not be on the computer … Continue reading →
I have heaps of adorable vintage valentine images, and quite a few St. Patrick’s Day ones (having a daughter with a St. Patrick’s Day birthday and a mom who collects vintage paper ephemera will do that for you) and yet … Continue reading →
I wasn’t going to advertise this since I’ve never really aspired to be the Best LDS Female Solo Blogger Who’s Not Male and Has a Blog and Belongs to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and Writes Her … Continue reading →
I have a little bit of time to write a blog post. That is to stay, I’m stealing time from other things I need to get done. But couldn’t any of us, whenever we take time for something non-essential, say … Continue reading →