Well at least I hope so because boy have I been absent...It seems that once I got an Ipad,
this blog and me visiting others have fallen to the wayside. It’s very hard to leave a comment
on an Ipad...especially when you have to do the two words (prove that your not a robot) well,
those words end up hiding underneath the “keyboard” so you can’t even see them to type them
in and I get easily frustrated so I just don’t comment. And hey...I can’t see or read those words...it’s like Latin or something so I squint away trying to work out the words letters numbers and then just give up . So I have visited, to be sure, but often
times my comment visited the ether.
When I first started to blog, I had nothing much else going on. I had just gotten my uke...
I wasn’t making jewelry... I didn’t have an etsy shop...now I have so much more on my plate that
the blog has certainly taken a back seat. It has been a gateway to so many things...my world has
done a 180 since I started blogging and I have met so many nice people from all over the world...
But now I spend so much time on the computer doing my Etsy shops that the blog just sometimes
gets forgotten. And hey...I am lazy and disorganized and easily distracted...why I can spend an hour just going through a box of beads and picking out the tiny seed beads as dirty dishes are piling up in the sink. I see some women on some blogs do it all...and they have like six kids and a farm and are home canning and growing organic food and making their kids clothes from fabric that they loomed themselves from sheep that they raised and spun the wool and dyed it from roots and berries. But
that is not me...and the truth is is that the older I get the worse I get...
Today is election day...I hope for our country...and no matter who gets in I wish we would just unite for the common good...and put aside our differences and focus on what needs to be done and what we can do as individuals to make our country, our world, our planet a better place.
Hope all is well with everyone. Thanks for hanging in there with me as I separate the wheat from the chaff. xx c