Tuesday, April 24, 2012
I'd like to welcome my new followers:
Sherri writes The HomeSteader's Cottage. I met her through Patrice at Everyday Rurality. We both participate in the Chats on the Farmhouse Porch. Sherri lives in the sultry south, near where I used to live. Gee, if I had been blogging when I lived there, we could have met for lunch!
My next follower is serious about horse showing! She lives in the San Francisco area. I might have her name in a comment, but I haven't put two and two together - well, at least I haven't been able to put blog and name together. Anyway, she writes Viva Carlos where she describes her goals and dreams with her beautiful Off-the-track Thoroughbred, Carlos.
Miranda is also involved in horse showing. She rides & shows Pippi.... a darling paint and she shows Chance, her miniature horse. They even jump - well, Chance does, Miranda has to run around the jumps! Sadly, Miranda is out of commission - well, maybe just slowed down a bit - while she waits for a broken ankle to heal. Miranda writes Hard to Handle.
And my newest new follower is Laura who writes Little Keebler. I noticed that Laura had started following just after I originally put this post up! Laura lives in Ontario. She has been blogging since 2005 - wow! She has darling animals! Check out her blog and see if you can find the cat on the bookshelf! So darn cute!
I love all of the blogs written by my new friends. It is so interesting to see what is going on in their lives. I thank them for following my blog so that I could find them and learn more about them.
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