Aren't computers the most interesting things? You inadvertently press one little itty bitty button, and days later you find out that your posts have stopped feeding to the blogging world.
I was wondering why I didn't have any responses in the comment box. At first I justified the lack of response thinking everyone must be going through the January dull drums. Then I wondered if I had done something to make everyone lose interest. Lo and behold it was just a technical difficulty. I am so relieved!
I have been honored today to receive many kind words through e-mail and the comment box. You have missed me as much as I have missed you!
I have only been doing posts since June, but I've become quite attached to my blogging friends. I love to view the things you are working on, and I love receiving your comments.
It's so good to be back.
I've been thinking about quilt signs. My sewing room has a few signs that represent my (addiction? passion?) interest in the quilting world. They say "This is me. This is what I love".
This sign hangs over my collection of thimbles.
Friends have given me a few quilt signs as gifts. This one really represents how I feel.
(Duh! Very silly!)
I found this metal sign at a quilt store. It's so heavy that it could double as a bacon press.
Bev, who is in my friendship group gave me this sign for Christmas. We share a lot of personal things while we are sewing in our group, and it's true that we try and keep that information just among ourselves.
I've seen a lot of other signs around quilter's houses. What signs represent you? I'd love to see them on your blogs.