"It takes ages to finish a quilt you're not working on!"

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

A little less blogging.

I see on my dashboard that there are still about 60 people following this blog - I don't know why they bother!  I have cut down my blogging time for a number of reasons, the main reason being lack of time due to other things happening in my life (all good!).   So I have 'retired' some of my blogs for now - they are still out there in cyberspace, but I won't be updating them unless there is something in particular I want to put out there.  

I will keep this blog going because it serves the purpose of keeping a record of my stitching and patchwork projects, which is useful at time to refer to.  However, I have deleted a number of blogs from the sidebar because again, I don't have time to look at them all, and have only kept the blogs that have special meaning because they are personal friends, or I have been reading them for many years.

With all the work going on at our house, my sewing time is much less than I would like, so I've only been keeping up with the One Xmas Project a Month challenge, and a few PNG baby quilts, which doesn't provide much eye candy for my blog!  Anyway, just thought I would let those of you who read this blog know what is happening.  Most people seem to use Facebook and Twitter these days, but I don't.

6 comments:

Melody said...

Life is so hectic and the year is whiz zing by so it is hard to keep up with everything.

Jane Galley said...

just enjoy doing what you do, the rest of it doesn't matter, it should never be a chore for you

Joy V said...

I agree with you Gina - too much time can be taken up with things - just keep doing what you love.

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

I have always loved visiting this blog of yours. I use facebook for my embroidery business and vintage shop, but I love to blog so much more. I have noticed that not many of the blogging friends I used to know are blogging much any more. I really miss them.

Phil Pogson said...

Well don't stop blogging just yet - I have only just discovered you!

Mary said...

I like to see what people are doing and am of the generation that finds Facebook rather trying - of my understanding and patience.
I think blogs are useful as diaries, they allow you to put your thought processes up there for people to think about, as well as being a good historical record. Don't stop, even if it is less often. Please.