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Thursday, September 07, 2006

Greetings From Taos

Here we go, here we go...
It just hit me this morning, that I really should be doing a real blog. If I work it right, you'll be able to easily get to it from my website, and there will be archives and all the bells and whistles that go with this official sort of bloggy software. Who knows!? Maybe some of my very own relatives will start to keep up on what I'm doing... probably not...
Anyway - this is the new and improved Greetings From Taos page. I'll post my daily, weekly adventures here, along with pictures of this fun and weird little life of mine. Bead things will be mostly on my website, with cool news here too. I hope you'll wander in often, and do feel free to leave comments. This seems like a good idea!


Cathy in Oregon said...

Hi Kim!

Fabulous idea! I'm looking forward to the fun ahead. Now I just need to decide... should I keep your website as my home page? or change to your blog???

Wishing you lots of continued success!

Cathy in Oregon

Anonymous said...

This is so cool!! Thanks for sharing a part of you with all of us!! This is a great idea...good luck!

Somewhere in Ohio

Teri said...

Welcome to your new blog-home! Love the picture... keep 'em coming!

Jean said...

Hi Kim,

I like your new blog. Good

Anonymous said...

Hi Auntie Kim! Cool blog. I should get one myself, except it would read something like this: "Monday - went to work, sat in cubicle. Tuesday - went to work, sat in cubicle...." Anyway, I am bummed you aren't coming up to Sea-town with Uncle Rick! Hope you are having a good summer. Love, Joni

Pamellina said...

Hey Kimilina!

Great idea! Now I can share my witty comments with you and the rest of the world!



Sooz said...

What could be better than some sweet goats eating sunflowers? You sent me to bed with some very sweet dreams. Thank you!

(Also: Be sure to check out the new baby elephant at the St. Louis Zoo -- Maliha.)

~ Sooz

Mary Timme said...

I'll be darned, it is a goat eating a flower. When I first saw it, all I saw was the flower. Is this the finely trained eye of an artist? you might ask! Well it is early in the morning Rocky Mountain time. That's all I'm going to say.
Mary T.