Sunday, November 25, 2012

Busy Working

The kiddos were so busy working the other day.  They were intently coloring some Thanksgiving pictures in our schoolroom while I was in the kitchen cooking our feast.  This is the view from the kitchen into the room where they were. 
Once I was spotted, the picture taking was over.  Well, at least pictures that weren't full of a blurry little girl who loves to look at the back of the camera to see herself.
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Meanwhile, I'm using spare moments here and there working on projects for this weekend's Christmas Fair.  I must admit to struggling with enthusiasm for it all.  I'd like to get going on Christmas gifts, but know I should wait until the Fair is done.
I'm painting wooden signs today.  Hopefully, they'll sell better than my Autumn ones.  I was hoping to get an Etsy store opened, but haven't done it yet.  I'd like to, maybe people would want to buy a "piece of the farm" for Christmas gifts.  I'd like that.
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I find sitting down to blog...forced...lately.  I'm not sure why.  Maybe because I've been doing this for six years.  It's my outlet and so I'd kinda hate to end it.  I think I'd miss it.  I do miss the old days of blogging.  It seemed like there was more back and forth with readers then.  Some days, I feel like I'm just talking to myself.  ;)
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For now, I guess I'll keep going.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've been reading since Pumpkin was an only child. I rarely comment though but I'm here. :)
Joanna in Ca.

Bonnie K said...

I started reading your blog two years ago and have loved seeing your family and your niche grow. I was really proud of you for giving the milk cow a go. I understand not having anything to say for a while. Hope you hang in there.

Davene Grace said...

What a great capture of a peaceful moment for your children!

I really like the new photos you've put in the sidebar, by the way; they're so good!! :)

BaileyZimmerman said...

Don't stop honey....just go at your own pace....once a week....once a month...twice daily (lol)....whatever you feel like.
I find a blog is a little like raising a child....two steps forward...three steps backwards....and a few dips along the way!

Buttons said...

Oh I have been listening it is slow in Bloggerland lately I think the economy and sadness has taken its toll and people need to come to terms with less so blogging is not a high priority for them.
I also find it a stress reliever but must admit it is expensive as far as internet access. Take a break if you need too but do not stop.
Your family looks happy and healthy. B

Wendy Schulz said...

I am here too!! I cherish every one of your posts! I often feel the same way and wonder if anyone reads what I write. Please know I love seeing your posts pop up in my inbox!

Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

Do keep going! I think we all go through dry times, though. Especially if there is a lot going on at home, not the fun kind of stuff to blog about but a lot of WORK.

One thing I've noticed is the huge change in comments. There are fewer overall and those who are part of a community are really those who have read for a long time.

I think a lot of it is just the increase in the number of blogs, more people are reading on rss feeds and not taking the time to comment.

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Tracey McBride ~ Frugal Luxuries® said...

I know the feeling Kimberly, but I just don't post or say only a quick hello. I think if one's been blogging long enough it has it's ups and downs for the most part. I barely blogged at all for the first six months of this year when my husband was home from work with a broken leg...I just couldn't find the time in my new schedule and/or felt overwhelmed and simply put it at the bottom of my to~do list. Once he went back to work I regained my enthusiasm for blogging and am so glad I didn't give up completely. I looked at it as putting the blog on pause for a short bit while I took care of life...for real~life trumps internet :)))
Love the picture of the children.
Hope you all enjoyed a great Thanksgiving.
Love and good thoughts to you.
Warmly,
Tracey
x0x

Susan said...

I'm still here...folks rarely comment on my blog, but I keep plugging along. I would miss you very much if you stopped blogging!

Anonymous said...

I'll have a beer.

:) in Dgo.

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