Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Homespun Elegance Fans

Fans of Homespun Elegance, and cross-stitch fans in general, will be happy to see that Sandra Sullivan was interviewed in her local paper. It's mostly about being an area business woman, but there are fun bits of trivia too.

I was cleaning up my google reader, and I realized that there are a lot of blogs I don't know by their names. Oh, that's her blog. Others haven't formed enough of a personality in my head that I can remember them. Some probably never will, unfortunately. I also realized there's a lot of crap out there. And there are people who haven't blogged in millenia who I miss and I keep on the reader just in case they come back, even though their blogs have been taken over by spammers...


I'm starting my beading class tonight. You know what that means...

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link to the story about Sandra Sullivan! The Fred paper is not normally on my radar, so I would've missed that if you hadn't posted it.

- Erin in VA

Barbara said...

I cleared out my bloglist not long ago ... I did keep a few very special absent bloggers on the list, but I was beginning to feel intimidated by how long the list was. Off to read the Sullivan article now - thanks for the link!

Doris said...

thank you for the link u go to read it now :D

jo said...

Thanks for the article. I hadn't realized that Sandra had reopened a retail shop. My son goes to school in Fredericksburg and I'll make it a point to in next time I'm down there.

jo said...

a point to stop in

That's what I meant to type.

*headdesk*

Katrina said...

Thanks for the link! I know what you mean, my blogline list is huge. I am always happy when someone who hasn't posted in a while does.

xsquared said...

I'm been ruthlessly pruning my blog list. It was just too long, and I'm so much happier now.

Michelle said...

I'm having a hard time facing my google reader - it is so overwhelming. And there are so many blogs I love to read, so many I feel like I should read (they read mine), so many I would like to read if I had time, etc.

Chelle said...

Love the article. I'm a HE collector and always wondered how many charts I was missing. Now I have a clue and it's not a good thing. LOL