Two hundred and seventy-five posts. This feels like a milestone to me. Three hundred is coming up fast - I'm thinking of a give away or a contest or something - to celebrate. But seeing as how posting is so irregular around here lately, we'll just sit on that idea for awhile.
I have so many things I want to share! I made a bunch of gifts for our two goddaughters for Christmas, and I have an anniversary to point out to you, and my kids also received some fun gifts that I think you'll be interested in. And I took pictures. I've also made several fabric purchases lately, and re-discovered some great pieces in my stash.
This whole blogger/typepad/two blogs thing is not working the way I hoped it would, so Boogers Don't Bounce might be moving to the Stay.See.Make.Do. site. I don't know if the membership I have on Typepad allows me to do that, or if I have to upgrade. I don't know if I want to keep this blog or just concentrate on my craftiness.
I think most bloggers I read love to share the pretty side of their lives, but the "real" side, not so much. Unless, of course, they need validation, support, a second opinion, etc. This blog has been full (too full?) of the rambling, and not enough of the joy and creativity and loveliness that I would like to highlight. I hope that if I focus more on the things I really love in my life, like will beget like and life will become even better. But then again, I will still need to vent occasionally, and then where would I go?
I am going to make some decisions over the weekend, and I'll let you know what I come up with. Anyone willing to chime in? What do YOU choose not to tell? How do YOU decide what to write about? And what not?