Tuesday, July 9, 2013

~ Two on Tuesday ~


* Finding new blogs to explore:

- 'Stephi's Corner' - her blog is relatively new and she's off to a great start.

- 'EmmaMade' - her blog is also a new one - she crochets and works nice crafty projects

- 'Unravelling Me' - colorful crochet on her blog.  I like what she did with my 'squircle' - she made it into a wrapped candy.

If you can, take a few minutes to visit these lovely ladies - let's share the bloggy love.  :)
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14 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing, Debi!! I am visiting them now.....

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  2. Thanks for the links. I love 'meeting' new crochet and blogging friends.

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  3. Thanks for the heads up. I'm gonna check them out shortly. :)

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  4. thanks for sharing! this is a nice way to discover new blogs! have a good tuesday :)

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  5. Thankyou for sharing my little blog! I'm going to have a look now at the other two you suggested :-) x

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  6. Debi! I am so honoured that you shared my wee blog, thank you so much for the mention! X

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  7. I feel terrible. The other day you mentioned that after the accident you made up a first aid kit.....all the time I was thinking "what accident?" So today while at my daughter's babysitting I went on her pc and looked back on your blog and low and behold I read about the kids and their heart-stopping ordeal. I can understand your panic and can only imagine how terrified everyone was. I am so glad everyone is doing okay. I see bandages on your one little gal, no wonder she was in a terrible state. I would have been too. Something like that would shake up even the strongest person. Take care girl. I hope you never have to use that first aid kit you made.
    (((A BIG HUG))) Susanne ♥

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    1. Hi Susanne. Yes, it certainly was a very scary situation. I am very, very thankful to God that the kids only ended up with bad road rash. All of them were bandaged up, but Taylor is the only one who kept her bandages on. I think she was going for as much sympathy and waiting on as she could get. That's ok though - they all got a lot of sympathy and waiting on. Thanks for your kind words Susanne. :)

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  8. Aww thanks Debi! I'm so happy to know that you enjoy my little space enough to share :) Makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside hehe Going to check out the other blogs right now! You're the best!

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    1. You're very welcome Stephi - and thank you too. :)

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  9. Thanks for introducing lovely bloggers and crafters to us, Debi. Loved their blogs and their projects!

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