Samplings of My Work

Samplings of My Work


Monday, February 10, 2014

Long Time No Post

Well, I haven't been here in a long time. And of course the first thing I see is my post on Leo. How fitting since Jeff's birthday is only days away......the 16th. Sigh. I miss them both. Very much. Also, I'm having a problem with this blogger. It wouldn't let me compose so I'm doing it under html. What the heck?? So yes, long time no post. I miss you all terribly. I'm crocheting a little here and there. A lot more here recently. I went through a spell where I didn't do anything. I had totally lost all interese in crocheting. I kept looking at my very large stash wondering if it would ever come back. It has little by little. So maybe I will be back posting. Who knows. I hope this finds you all well. Here's hoping 2014 will be kind to us all. May the sun shine on your face and fill you with warmth and love! TTFN, Kat PS/I have 6 new additions to my family that I'll need to tell you about later. They put a smile on my face.


Vikki Hooks said...

Where have you been? Blogger has changed lately and it seems to still be making if you haven't been here for awhile it is different. I couldn't remember the name of your "new"blog...and I lost your email in my contacts list somehow..but I am happy that you are back...please don't stay away so long..hugs

homeschooljewelrymom said...

Glad you're back :-) Yeah, blogger can be a pain a lot of the time. It's sensitive.
Don't rush the crochet mojo. If it's meant to come back, it will.
Take care :-)

Debi Y. said...

Good to see you back Kat. I've kind of lost my crochet mojo too. I'm hoping it will come back soon, and I also hope your's comes back soon too. :)

Mindy said...

So nice to hear from you again! =)

Chain Stitch Crochet said...

Thanks ladies! I originally came back in on Hookin It. Now I see that I posted about Mister almost a year ago. Wow. Time sure does fly. I hope I can figure out this blogger thing.

Bee Lady said...

So glad you are back. I think we all go through times where we just can't do it anymore. Seems, during times that we are grieving, it's a part of the healing process. 30 years ago, I sewed a lot. Set up at craft shows, etc. I went through a divorce and didn't sew for years. I love it again. (And I've been over that man for years!) But sometimes the grief is different, and it's not something you get over, you just learn to live with the pain. I think you are moving on dear. And I'm gonna guess those six new additions are kittens! Am I correct?

Cindy Bee