Crochet, knitting, weaving, spinning, home-making and life and living in general. Hello and Welcome from my home in Sussex by the Sea.
I decided to blog because I wanted to keep a diary of my crating endeavours and also to push me into finishing those long forgotton projects found languishing in the back of my cupboard.......and after only two months I find I'm quite enjoying the experience. I don't know how long I will keep blogging for...........see how it goes.florrie x
Must learn to type a little better though, lol..........the word is meant to be crafting and not crating....florrie x
As a way of keeping a diary of family life and also my crafting endeavours. Whilst you can keep a written diary & a photo album - having a blog means you can combine the 2 easily. Having been a blogger now for over a year, I can't see myself stopping anytime soon.
For me it's like an online diary that I can look back on and remind myself where I went and what I did..and I enjoy sharing those experiences with all of you! :o)
I agree with the other comments, my daughter has a "private" blog, only invited friends have access, whilst I want to share.Facebook is another alternative, it's more fun, because you get comments more frequently. I hardly get any comments in my blog, sort of demotivating...
As a way of giving myself a creative outlet that was more interactive than just keeping a diary. I think I also wanted a way to visually keep track of my projects. It's also helped me find like minded souls and get inspiration.
I started the blog when I got my hens and now can't imagine not blogging. I've made some lovely friends through it.
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