Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Find Me At Grandmayellowhair!

I have a little blogazine story over on Maggie's  blog.  We bumped into each other out here in blog land sometime ago, and her stories are just the best.  The first time I read her blog about her escapades with "Ms. Pearl" I was laughing out loud, and have retold them to friends.  My story is mostly things about myself that some of you probably already know, but please check out Maggie's blog on a regular basis.  She profiles other bloggers on her blogazine regularly in addition to her personal posts.  Great way to meet other bloggers and get to know Maggie.  It's well worth your time!

Here's a nice shot from Maine that might cool your brain on this hot summer's day.


Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Hi Dulcy ~ I just read your guest blog over on Grandma Yellow and it was quite interesting. Love the part about making art part of everday ~ that's a wonderful goal! I also love your new bag ~ you're very creative!!

Susan Anderson said...

I'm visiting from Maggie's blog, and just looked over a few of your posts. You are on talented woman!

Great tote bag, and your "first eye" looks to be an unqualified success!


Unknown said...

Popping by from Maggie's wonderful introduction to you, Dulcy.

What beautiful creations you have made ... very creative artist. The bag is beautiful ...

Have a beautiful summer's eve ~
TTFN ~ Marydon

sjmcdowell said...

Hi Dulcy,

I just popped over here from my friend Maggies blog and wanted to say hello to you.
I loved reading about you and love that you do rug hooking. Once upon a time a hooked a pillow and loved it, I always thought that someday I would love to make a rug. I will have to check out your pattern site.
I love the bags that you have done they are so pretty, you are very talented!!
I also popped over at your husband Jim's site and admired his photography as well.

Smiles and Blue skies,


Ragamuffin Gal said...

I'm heading over there next! Looking forward to our little get together get away! Love all of your vacation shots!

Ragamuffin Gal said...

Had to return to let you know that I read your story on Maggie's blog and just loved it! I really like the picture of Iris and Willow at the end. I would love it if you'd email me that picture!

Also I laughed until I almost cried at some of her posts ~ she is really funny!

Unknown said...

Hi Dulcy,
I was just over at Maggie's blog and read your story. How wonderful and how lovely to meet you. Your blog looks wonderful. I love your fiber art, my sister does fiber art and it is such a wonderful art form. I stick to painting, but admire anyone who can create this way.

So lovely to meet you.

Cherrie said...

I just came from Maggie's blog. What a great post! I am adding me as one of your followers!

Jennifer Richardson said...

I love the idea of "Dulcy time"! Bravo to you for making spaces for it to bloom in your garden. The colors are stunning! -Jennifer