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Monday, October 16, 2006

and who might you be?

It's Monday, which means I'm posting beads, which means I have a ton to do, and not a lot of free time for chatting. But as I munch my cinnamon toast this morning (yes, it's as good as you remember), I find myself wondering who reads this, if anyone... It's OK if I'm all alone in here. It's good practice. But if I plan to mention things like Pirate Treasure, I want to know if anyone is listening... So, if you read this, do me a quick little favor please. Click "comments" at the end of this entry, and say something, anything, and leave your name if you want to. Don't send an email - I get too much email already! As always, when I start these little places that invite participation, I'd love to see you join in. Halloooooo? Anybody out there????

26 comments:

Detra said...

I'm here and I read your blog often. We will be in Angel Fire this weekend. Will probably make it to Taos any chance we could meet? Detra

Anonymous said...

I'M ALWAYS AROUND KIM!!LOVE TO READ WHAT YOU HAVE TO SAY!S

Anonymous said...

OOOPS that was me !!Jaime H

kathy b said...

Hey Kim. I usually check your blog every day to see what is new with you. Love reading it, seems like I am getting to know a new friend. I greatly admire your work.

Melanie said...

I read you when you email. I admire your efforts to give back and your commitment to doing it. Also your willingness to gently prod others into the same. I own a one world piece you made, a sister goddess or two, but only a few beads as I am just not as fast as your regulars.

Karen G said...

I have a reminder set up in my calendar so I don't forget to read your blog each day.

I signed up for the "RED" project mentioned in your Saturday blog. What a wonderful idea! Thanks for letting us know about it.

I love seeing your beads each time you put some up too. They are just gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Arrrr matey! And where be that treasure? I love reading your blog. I too feel like I have found a new friend. Did you notice in Pirates 2 that Captain Jack's dental hygiene went from scoundrelly scummy to quite kissable? Mmmm...the Deppster!

Anonymous said...

I check your site daily if I can, to see what's new with you, Rick, kids, goats etc, and, of course beads!! Your imagination is unbelievable, or you're just really lucky with glass! (The former, I think). Keep making the world a better place! SLS

susanne w said...

I'm here in seattle and check your site and blog weekly. I love to read it, imagine you in a warm climate and though I cannot buy as many beads as I would like... am still busy drawing away. Too much work, work lately... susanne

Kathie Johnson said...

So glad to have access to you quirky sense of humor and lovely beads.

Anonymous said...

Hi from Newburgh, Indiana. I read your blog everyday. You are not just talking to yourself.LOL

diana

Francoise B. said...

Hi Kim,
Of course I read your blog, almost everyday! It's great finding out what goes on in your part of the world )and in your very creative mind). You always have something interesting to say or show. I love it!
Hugs,
Fran├žoise

AsariA said...

Hi, Listening today

Jodie said...

I'm reading!1

Anonymous said...

Yes, we are here, your beadist friends. Looking at your beautiful creations/beads bring me joy for a while and your musings are always so positive, upbeat and giving....they both lift spirits. CsW

Anonymous said...

Hi Kim! I look forward to reading your blog when I get online. Your conscience shines! Susie S

ElJean said...

I live in Vancouver, BC but grew up in Las Vegas, NM; so I read your blog partly for homesickness and mainly because you're such a positive presence in the world and make incredibly beautiful beads. I'd love to buy one but am currently spending all my spare money on glass rods.

I'm a published poet with a novel in the works who has recently fallen head over heels with making beads. Seems out paths are crossing. The days aren't long enough! By the way, in addition to Writing Down the Bones, read Annie Lamott's Bird by Bird. It's great.

Write and bead on,
ElJean Wilson

Anonymous said...

Kim, your blog is one of the highlights of the day and your beads definitely brighten each week. Thanks for being so generous with your creativity - we all appreciate it. Nancy W

Anonymous said...

Hi, this is my first time reading your blog. You are very inspirational. I LOVE your creations.

Anonymous said...

Kim,

I may not get to read your blog every day, but I do read all of it. You definitely make an impact. Sometimes when things get too hectic or when things just aren't going right, I read your blog, and your way of putting things helps me put things in perspective. So now, you're a therapist, too!

Thanks for all you do!

Gwen

Anonymous said...

Hi Kim, I do read your blog when the time permits as your email pops up on my work computer and so I just click on the links. I think your mom is beautiful!! The lake looks serene and lovely. I try to read up on what's happening at least twice a week. Hope to acquire one of your pieces one of these days.

third-cat said...

YARRRRRRRR!!!!!

Hazel said...

It never ceases to amaze me how much you know about what is going on in the world, and how much you care.

holly / tujaded said...

Santa Fe is here too!! I love your beads and your blog is admirable. I just don't think i'll have the time to do a blog. but who knows. love to hear more about your doins and Taos - we are falling in love with Taos and haven't gone up near enough in the two + years we have been here. I love making photog. trips around the enchanted circle too. Ah well must get back to the studio myself.

*keep being amazing!
~holly

Brian said...

OK, you made me do it. Keep at it gal, was wonderful drifting by.

k anderson said...

Hi Kim, I'm actually here as a result of some Google sleuthing, looking for an old friend who lurks here. I'm hoping she'll see this and get in touch (btw: love your blog, I'll be back often myself).

ElJean...this would be the brat next door in the '50s and your innkeeper at the Carriage House B&B in the '90s...Kera... contact me at kanders333@mac.com. Love ya