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Toggle Commented Feb 17, 2016 on down on the beach at the scent of water
I have a feeling Amy is going to have the best half term week of all! What beautiful moments you captured this week, Julie. Hope next week brings plenty too. Perhaps being different is what makes them special.
Toggle Commented Feb 13, 2016 on February days at Little Cotton Rabbits
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Your home has such an air of tranquility about it Julie! I resolved to drink more water and work on my tennis goals - mixed success, but I'm still trying with both and that, to me, seems the most important thing.
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2016 on Sorting at Little Cotton Rabbits
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That orange one is scary! I still mourn the gloves I lost with the silver fingertips that let me use my phone without taking them off. Think I left them in a shop....
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2016 on *10**2016 at {quilt} while you're ahead
I have no words of wisdom for you, but I really like the coloured in bits of that font. Shallow, much?
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2016 on Existential happiness. at the scent of water
I have sewn a loop on mine (through the handle) clearly stamped with the word FABRIC in big black letters. Woe betide anyone who uses them for other things....
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2016 on *9**2016 at {quilt} while you're ahead
That was a glorious walk - I feel like I came with you
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2016 on frosty morning at Little Cotton Rabbits
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We really do stand and fall by our habits. I'm getting too long in the tooth to give a toss about the judgement of others (well, most others) and I just want to do the good things and enjoy them. And you could never be redundant, or boring.
Toggle Commented Jan 14, 2016 on Greetings and salutations at the scent of water
1. You are awesome 2. What sadistic teacher sets that as homework? 3. Can we be fitbit friends?
Toggle Commented Jan 14, 2016 on *6**2016 at {quilt} while you're ahead
Sent from my iPhone > On 20 May 2015, at 12:38, "Typepad" wrote: > > > A new comment from "Monica" was received on the post "Rusty, but here." of the blog "Domesticali". If you would like to post a reply to this comment you can do so at the following URL: > > http://domesticali.typepad.com/domesticali/2015/04/rusty-but-here.html?cid=6a00e54fad3669883301b7c78d792a970b#comment-6a00e54fad3669883301b7c78d792a970b > > > Comment: > -------- > This seems as good a place as any to write this and ask this question. Where have all the blogs gone? I read craft blogs especially but more general ones too but they are all dropping off, one by one. Do you know why this might be? Are people just burnt out? > > Surely a blog is a web log - an account of things happening recently, and they don't stop do they? Even if you ostensibly do the same things everyday (and I do), everyday is very different because I am different everyday and my perceptions change. So I don't get why people run out of things to say. If they were readable last month, then they still are today and tomorrow. We don't stop talking to people around us because we have said it all before. > > Anyway, the times they are a changing. Quite sad really. Instagram is not a replacement and neither is Facebook both of which have nothing on a decent blog. Congratulations on those nine years of blogging. It actually seems the older ones are those that are still here. I think it is lack of ulterior motive for starting them in the first place and more of an aptitude for writing for its own sake rather than to market, promote or monetise. A shame how money gets in the way of so many things, for so many people. There was perhaps an innocence in blogging that was replaced by too many people trying to capitalise on it. But without a heart to the writing, that can't work. > > Commenter name: Monica > Commenter email: monicalucy12evans@hotmail.com > IP address: 86.1.110.232 > Authentication: None > > > Comment Actions: > ---------------- > > Unpublish this comment: > > > Delete this comment: > > > Mark this comment as spam: > > > Edit this comment: > > > > Enjoy! > The Typepad Team > > P.S.: Learn more about replying to comments: > http://help.typepad.com/replying_to_comments.html
Toggle Commented May 20, 2015 on Rusty, but here. at Domesticali
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The guilt that my children should be doing things has totally consumed me for the past fortnight - I'm looking forward to back to school if only so I don't have to keep feeling ban about how much time they are frittering away.
Toggle Commented Apr 20, 2015 on An autumn garden at the scent of water
I'm clinging on till Wednesday when I get my solitude back. Though to be fair, now the boys are older, there is less of a divide between term time and holidays as they can be left at home while I go to the supermarket… AGAIN…. which is the inevitable consequence of them being around for 3 meals a day plus snacks and additional friends! Your garden is looking lovely Julie - mine's horrific.
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Oh don't - the curse of the Go-Pro… My hard drive is so crammed with useless pointless footage of teenage high jinks, that I can hear it whirring. I've just had the first of my 'are your boys available" cricket emails. My heart sank. The only saving grace is that if it's sunny at least I can take my shoes off and work on getting rid of my sock tan line. Yes, I have one already. Tragic.
Toggle Commented Apr 20, 2015 on 39-2015 at {quilt} while you're ahead
That looks wonderful! And it's positively beckoning to Spring, which can only be a good thing.
I see you're on the road (loving the new blog category!!) or as my resident teenager would say, 'Sick'. It's a good thing, I'm told.
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2015 on It's my yolo swag. at the scent of water
My creativity went awol last year too and looking back I think I've missed it more than I realised. I'd like to say I'm going to make it a priority, but I'm not really sure I am going to. Perhaps just a nod to it's importance will be enough.
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2015 on sea salt at tiny happy
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I like how clearing up the space round the sewing machine has tipped you into action. My crafting in general has been on such a go-slow of late and I do miss it. Hand quilting flannel does sound wonderful.
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2015 on Quilt progress at kirstencan
I'm signing up for your knit and bounce classes! And aren't those mini skeins just the coolest thing? But my knitting is on super go-slow at the moment, so I really mustn't buy any more yarn at all. No matter how tempting.
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2015 on A gentle start at Little Cotton Rabbits
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I love those textured blacky/grey bits. You are honestly just too cool for school. How is each one somehow better than the last? Apart from that one I didn't like, that we shall never speak of again.
Yes, exciting indeed. I'm on my first solo day of 2015 and it's bliss (if a little quiet…)
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2015 on 1-2015 at {quilt} while you're ahead
Yes, yes!
Toggle Commented Jan 3, 2015 on 2015 at the scent of water
What a beauty - lucky you!
Toggle Commented Jan 3, 2015 on My new treasure at kirstencan
Hope the rest of you avoid the lurgy and S bounces back quick. Its 10.45 and I'm the only one to have eaten breakfast - my lot are clearly embracing the loafing element of the holidays!
Toggle Commented Dec 21, 2014 on (144)2014 at {quilt} while you're ahead
Okay - you and Sue are clearly conspiring. I'm going to have to make some tomorrow - we have our final Santa tennis session on Saturday and I need to take a treat - this sounds just the ticket!
Toggle Commented Dec 18, 2014 on Peppermint bark day at Little Cotton Rabbits
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Hang in there! I hung the glittery all is calm all is bright banner that I made a year or two back, only to have the cat attack it. It now says All is cal^^ , which just about summed up my mental state yesterday. I put myself to bed early and have high hopes that today will be better.
Toggle Commented Dec 14, 2014 on Holiday Mess at house on hill road
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