Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Taking the Plunge!

With great trepidation, angst, and hope, I enter the blogosphere. Not just as a lurker, or one who leaves the occasional comment, but (yikes!) I enter as an author. Never in my wildest dreams did I think that I would be writing in this venue, but I have been inspired by two extraordinary bloggers. Here’s to you tangobaby and relyn; I’m taking the plunge! P.S. Don't you love my picture? I look like this every day, no matter how many cream puffs I eat!

5 comments:

tangobaby said...

You are SO cute! Welcome to the blogosphere! Hooray!

xoxo

Relyn said...

Hooray! Yippie!! Time for a ticker tape parade.

Seriously, welcome, dear friend. I really, really think that you are going to love blogging. I know I am going to love having you in the neighborhood.

I have fallen completely in love with your picture. What a terrific choice to represent you. Now I want to find an adorable photo of myself to use for my icon. Of course, none of mine are this adorable.

Welcome, again. I'm So happyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!! You've made my day. Love you.

dutchbaby said...

Thank you, thank you tangobaby and relyn for leaving your comments. Now I do not have to worry about the tree falling in the forest and wonder whether it made a sound. Nor do I need to worry about its corollary: if a blog has no comments, has it really launched?

Thank you, tangobaby, for my profile picture; it was the perfect birthday present! Thank you, relyn, for my first ticker tape parade ever!

Schnee said...

Hello Dutchbaby,
I can tell from the way how you are writing that this is a very emotional time for you right now. Fortunately I still have both of my parents and know that I am very lucky (although they are far far away, in another country, even another continent.....) I hope your mom gets better soon - the art world need her incredible quilts!!!
Schnee (German for "snow")

dutchbaby said...

Dear Schnee,

Thank you for visiting my blog and I see that you started one too. It must be so difficult to be far far away from your parents, especially if they are ill. You made me realize how fortunate I am to be able to directly care for my mother even though sometimes it is challenging.

My mother is doing a lot better and I hope she will be back to quilting before long. Stay tuned for some posts about her quilts.

I am looking forward to seeing your posts about your incredible artwork!

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