Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Bloggers in my Guild

I just celebrated my 400th blog post. That's a lot of chit-chat. I use my blog as a quilt journal, to exercise free speech and errr, sometimes to vent my feelings about things that I regard me, not always to others.

I never know who reads my blog. I don't get too many comments so I'm never sure that what I share touches other people's lives. I have a long list of blogs that I keep track of and read regularly. So you can imagine my surprise when one of my guild mates came up to me surprised to finally meet the "real Ramona Quilter". A big shout-out to Rebecca L at Friendship Quilter's of San Diego.

So I will keep on blogging, whether you leave comments or not.


Patty E said...

I visit your blog every day (often twice a day). Sorry I haven't left many comments. I will try to leave more in the future so that you know someone cares. Please don't stop, I enjoy seeing the photos of your projects and thoughts. I also like to check out your list of blogs. I appreciate how their latest posts come up under their names. It saves me a lot of time.

Mary Beth said...

Hey, don't stop now...I love reading your blog. In fact I had decided to call you and tell you to get busy on the blog if you had not updated...Thank You!!

Allison said...

I love reading your blog. You have wonderful things to share and a great sense of humor. I'm always afraid someone will think I'm stalking them since I leave comment after comment. I guess I'm just one of those people that like to think that other people care what I have to say. LOL!!

Ramona-quilter said...

Go ahead, Pancho, leave the comments. LOL

My life has changed in the last couple of years - some bumps, I retired from quilting, and then I moved to Texas. I'm anxious to see what new adventures await me in the next phase of my life.

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