Thursday, November 21, 2013

Two Hundred Eight


208 days – that’s just 6 days short of 7 months.  

That’s also how many days have passed since I last sat down to write a post.

I could come up with a reason or excuse, but what for?  I will say this – uprooting your life, and moving 400+ miles is HARD WORK!

I owe you all a very long post on everything that happened with the move, our family, our job search, my return to community theatre, and of course my crocheting!!!  It will be coming one day very soon (4-day weekend coming up next week!!)   Fair warning the next time you see a new post from me – grab a big cup of coffee before you sit down.  Things could get chatty! ;-)

For now, I just wanted to say that I’m still here.  I’m a New York State resident again, loving every second of living in the country and am slowly catching up on all that my favorites in “blogosphere” have been up to over the past 7 months.  To date, I’ve caught up with:

Rachel of Maybe Matilda 
Pammy Sue of Scott's Place 
Taurie of Eye Love You 
Megan of Fire Wifey

I still have quite a few to read.  And yes, I am going allllllll the way back to April on each of your blogs and reading what you've been up to, clicking links for new patterns and recipes to try along the way!  I have missed you all!!

For those of you on Facebook, check out my Crafty Holly Louise page!  While I may be terrible about finding time to post here, I try and post something as often as I can on Facebook; whether a sneak-peak, finished project or just a new pattern that I’m drooling over!


  1. Welcome back Holly Louise - it's good to see you. :)

    1. Thank you Debi - it feels GOOD to be back!

  2. Welcome back :) I'm jealous that you moved back to New York at about the same time that I moved out :( thanks for the shout-out!

    1. Love all the fun crafty things that you're doing while away from WNY - hopefully you and Roger will finds yourselves back in the country one day again soon! You just never know where life is going to take you :-D

  3. Sounds like a lot of changes in your life. I look forward to reading more about your move to NY. Heather

    1. thanks Heather! We were definitely anticipating it to be a big change to go from DC back to our small hometown, but the changes definitely multiplied once we arrived! It's great to be "home" and I can't wait to have more time to share everything we've been up to!