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Yaaaaayyyyy!!! glad it's back! I miss being able to comment directly on a post. sometimes I intended to comment via email, but then I would forget (gee.. me forget???). Loved your last post by the way with the finish blanket. It is SO beautiful with those gorgeous colors. I have two "granny square" blankets ready to put together that have been sitting around for about 20 years! Hum.m.m. wonder if I'll ever get them "usable"?? Take care...
Hi, Pammy Sue! Thanks for sharing all the gorgeous photos: of the area where you live, your home decorating, yummy looking recipes, your sweet dogs, the thrilling jet fly overs, and your amazing and beautiful crochet work! I'm glad you are enjoying settling in and participating in your new community, and that you are letting me comment again :) I am knitting a dishcloth today with cotton yarn in colors similar to your pretty blanket. Happy Weekend! xx
Thank you. I've missed being able to chat. Xxxxx
Yep it is. Glad you are back in communication mode! *hugs*
So glad you reopened your comment section!!! Love your blog and am so glad I can comment again! Love your posts!
I've read your blog for years and never commented. I was finally going to comment and then you stopped allowing them. That didn't stop me from visiting! Love your crochet and seeing the area where you now live. The food posts make my mouth water and the dog are too cute. Can't wait to see what you make, cook, or do next. Hope you have a lovely weekend. Lisa
There have been SO MANY TIMES that I have wanted to tell you something. Glad life is better now :)
Yeah. Made my friday.
Glad to be able to talk to you again Pammy Sue. xxxxx
Your started my day on a high note! I love to read your blog and all the comments. I always check first thing in the morning to see if you posted anything new on your blog.
Yep, commenting here!!! I have missed leaving you messages! Loved your recently finished blanket, so glad to be able to tell you here!!! Hope that all is as well as it can be with you and the doggies - and the tree cutting down. See, I have been reading, even if I couldn't tell you! xx
Yay! Comments again! So glad you d coded to let us chat again Pammy Sue.BlessingsBetsy
I am so glad you did, finally I can talk to you again :) Have a Nice week end
I'm glad you re-activated the comment section. It's more fun to be able to have a conversation about things you post. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
Hooray we can all talk to you now. I love all the photos you have been posting, the fishing and your beautiful blanket. Welcome back to crocheting too!Hugs,Meredith
Missed you! So glad you are back. :)
Missed you too! always love to see what you up too! I wanted your address too I misplaced it from long ago when you sent me the doily!
I have followed you for years and check every evening to see if you have posted anything new. I love your amazing crochet, recipes, beautiful photos and your sweet dogs! Glad you put the comment section back!
Ha, ha! All the gasbags are now back....and we've plenty to say !
Glad to see the comments back. I also read your blog everyday but seldom comment. It's nice to know we can reply. Enjoying every aspect of the posts. Thanks! Judy
I'm glad it's back. By the time I get around to emailing, I've forgotten what I wanted to say, LOL!
Nice to be able to comment again Pammy Sue! With a baby at home I rarely have time to blog or read blogs, but when I do, yours is always one of the first that I want to catch up on. Have enjoyed reading of your adventures in the Pacific North West! :-)
Re. Fisher Jets. I know what your mean-they're exciting to see. We regularly hop over the Pennines to the Lake District to walk. Jets regularly fly there for experience in and out of the valleys. The nearest I've ever been to one was when I was climbing high up on the side of a narrow steep-sided valley. The jet passed below us and for a fleeting fraction of a second we looked down into it. It passed so close if felt like I could reach out and touch it. The noise was incredible, both frightening and exhilarating at the same time. Then as fast as it arrived the jet was gone - on his way to terrify other unsuspecting people and sheep! We were staying in Borrowdale one year when one crashed - pilot ejected safely and nobody hit on the ground - but I bet that was an awkward phone call to the RAF base. No amount of T Cut and buffing would sort that wreck out. Best regard Gill
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