Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Okay, Everybody, Group Hug!


This is my 300th post. An accomplishment of sorts, I guess, although it took me years and years to get here. But along the way I have connected with so many wonderful people, which is the greatest gift the blog has brought me. I have found work, found love, had a nervous breakdown or two, explored ideas, and some days wanted to pack it in.

But most of all the blog has shown me that I am not alone in my peculiar obsessions. I have found that, all over the world, there are people out there who love textiles, and chickens, and gardens, and who are doing their best to help make the world a better place.

Big hugs to you all. And if you don't already have a cup of tea or a glass of wine in hand, go get one, and let's join in in a big joyous "Cheers!" to each other.

9 comments:

  1. Congratulations Heather....good to see you in person, and I , for one, is glad you are still here, still blogging, and still stitching. Off to find a cuppa for breakfast - so cheers!

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  2. Anonymous7:15 PM

    I hope a bottle of cold Mt. Fuji natural spring water counts. Congratulations to you! Hot tea in the middle of Japan's humid rainy season would kill me.

    I look forward to reading your future posts.

    Jean-Pierre

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  3. Cheers Heather, so glad you are still here :) keep on blogging!

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  4. Congratulations Heather and thanks for sharing it with me - Bloggers power I often say it - I love to get connected with Jean-Pierre and talk about Nara we visited in April this year - Drink for 300 posts and a group hug - Natima

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  5. And cheers back atcha Babe :)

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  6. Congratulations!!! Keep on blogging and being an inspiration! *^v^*

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  7. oh, yeah, great to see your happy face!

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  8. Happy Blogiversary!

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  9. Oh! I found you here from another blog I visit.

    Your life reminds me of when I lived in Northern Cal, Salmon Creek area of the mountains above
    Garberville.

    Such a great community and free floating creative living.
    I'll be back-hoisting a cup of coffee back to you!

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