Monthly Archives: April 2008
Wow. As of today, there are 1677 comments on that Knitting Daily post. That post and the wonderful comments left on it were a huge reaffirmation that as long as there are knitters, there will be yarn collectors.
My first website “Yarnaholic Confessions” was born out of my addiction to collecting yarn. In the 9 years that my site has been online, I’ve received a lot of yarn collecting stories, some of which were published on the Knit Natterings page or entered in my site’s guestbook, or received privately by email (and some of those were SCARY). Personally, after nearly 28 years knitting and collecting, I can now say I’m a rehabilitated yarnaholic, although the FO to unknit yarn ratio is still screwed. (The hard evidence is on my blog’s Loose Ends page.)
The number of hits on my blog from people searching the WordPress.com categories/tags surfer for “PhotoImpact” and “PhotoImpact Goodies” has rocketed in the past few days. Surprisingly my blog seems to be the only PI-centric blog around on wp.com.
So, if you’re coming through as a result of those search terms, leave a comment on this post and let me know what you’re actually looking for and maybe I can point you in the right direction.
Our refrigerator post-last night’s Seder. There’s actually more food there than before the Seder. Regardless, today I fully expect to hear, “Mom, there’s nothing to eat!”
Wishing everyone who celebrates a peaceful and happy Passover.
Trying out the new feature on my photography blog.
The jury is still out on whether I like it or not.
To all my friends who use Blogspot, ever since Google implemented their new comment system some months ago, where you have to deal with a Captcha and also log in with some sort of Google/Blogger, Open ID, etc. ad nauseum, I click “Publish Your Comment”, my comment goes off into cyberspace and then the page times out.
That’s why you haven’t heard from me.