Found out. I can't remember now how I found your blog. Probably some reference you made to living in NS. I do enjoy reading your blog and love the pictures of your hooked rugs. I would love to learn how to do that. I live in North Dundas so not to far from you but I want to move to PEI. I've always wanted to live on a farm or at least have some animals. For now I have to be happy with just a few cats. Some day.Hugs
Johanna! So nice to see your comment. If you move to PEI, you'll have plenty of opportunities to learn to hook rugs. :) The technique is actually VERY easy. If you're creative, you can design your own rugs, and if not, there are plenty of patterns for sale out there.I hope you get your farm dream one day. I had to wait a while for mine, but it finally came true.And you're very close to me, really, about an hour west.Thank you for reading!! :)
First visit; via Jam's blogroll :-)
Welcome, Ole Phat Stu. :) Love your moniker!
Of course, I am here. Always reading, if not always commenting.
I'm pretty sure I've commented before... but probably not in awhile, so I'm here, reading along :)
In English Common Law, there is an ordinance against Looming With The Intent To Lurk.Maybe we need a national Un-Looming Day.
Lindsay, I need to de-lurk from YOUR blog! :)Lurkers, non-lurkers, I thank you all for you comments. Always nice to know I'm writing for more than three people. :)
Can I Lurk with the Intent to Loom? Or is that too many textiles in one little blog?
Thanks, Knatolee, for appearing three times at my place. Your a very welcome addition.I've subscribed to your blog and will keep popping over ethereally, at least.
HWB, you don't need to comment for me to know you're out there! :)Calum, thanks for stopping by and I will continue to visit your great blog.Nance, I think that's a capital idea, capital I say!
I definitely lurk, but am a little shy of leaving a comment after I found some rather inane thing I said about voting appear on a google search result. I always love your stories and pictures, which leave me often wishing I could have longer conversations with you!
I'm lurking, big time. And I've seen that white van parked up your street monitoring my lurking.
Ah yes, SHona, I've found strange things when I google my name! :)Nick, I knew you were there. I eerily sensed your presence. ;)
Thank you for all your comments, which I love to read!