Seems I’ve been spending a lot more time than I thought I would over at the knitting blog and at ravelry. Wish I could say I was knitting as much. That’s the way it goes, even though I have at least two gifts to knit in a very short period.
So what else has been keeping me busy, you ask? Certainly work. Now that I’m not going to be continuing in my present position, I seem to be busier than ever.
Blogging will continue to be light for a while. See ya when I see ya.
My knitting now has it’s own blog, Ms. Yarnaholic’s School for Wayward Skeins. Come say hi.
Thing is, Yarnaholic Confessions, my geocities site that Yahoo! is pulling the plug on, has been around since about 1999. This is seriously going to screw with my site’s Google juice. You cannot even begin to imagine how many sites have linked to it during the past 10 years. (sigh)
Reset your bookmarks folks!
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Some of the top search terms for finding this blog from the past 30 days :
|wysiwyg blog (yep, got that)|
|headers for cutline (yep, got those)|
|ravelry serape (from NaKniSweMo-so got those)|
|photoimpact x3 goodies (got those, not x3 specific, though)|
|pi presets (yep, got those)|
|gourmet yarn store israel (got those, too; now with Google Maps goodness.)|
|wordpress knitting theme viewer (er,um…)|
|dover file download (sort of, but pi-related)|
|goodies pi (yep, got those)|
|“the flavor graveyard is” (hm, thinking the Halloween post got those)|
|wordpress.com +flickr slideshow (sadly, don’t got those)|
|p.i.’s tool (not quite sure about that one; pi’s got so many of ‘em)|
|uol photoimpact (yep, got those)|
|blog+moodstream (um, not really. sure would be cool, though)|
|pi tutorial (yep, got those)|
|cutline headers (yep, got those-see above)|
|just jennifer blog (certainly got those)|
|photoimpact tutorial (got those)|
|israel (definitely got those)|
|world record for blog with no comments (wt*?)|
If I search Google for that last one, my Live Hatikva post is #2 in the search results. =:-O
Work with me, people! Not for nothing is Crabby over there on the sidebar.
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.)