to make this announcement: This is blog post number 300. I wish I had something truly noteworthy to say for this post, but I’m at a loss for ideas. I want to thank all my readers, especially those who take time to comment. Without your comments and feedback, I’d feel like I was talking to myself. I do that enough without having to blog.

I am admittedly bad with numbers. For the last week or so I’ve worried about what to write for blog post number 200. Oops. I checked my stats and discovered that my blog has just over 350 followers which I find pretty exciting. Of course I was pretty excited when I reached 10, then 20, then 25, then 50, then 100. After that I lost my obsessive need to check those figures daily. Now it’s just a delightful surprise when I happen to notice. I know that lots of popular blogs have thousands of followers. What can I say? My blog is more of an acquired taste for selective, discerning individuals. My biggest concern when writing is to try to publish something of interest to me. Is that horribly self-centered? I figure that as long as I’m enjoying the blog, people who share my eclectic tastes will enjoy it as well. At least I hope so.

As I’m loathe to publish a post without photos, let me share a selection of flower photos from my various travels. In keeping with my theme, I chose flowers with many parts – at least 300.flower cockscomb cockscomb cockscomb pink cockscomb dahlia hydrangea deep pink hydrangea deep pink hydrangea pale pink hydrangea lavender hydrangea pink hydrangea pink hydrangea pink hydrangea yellow flower yellow and orange flower white flowersAnd once again, thanks for reading along!


7 thoughts

  1. As an selective, discerning person, I love your self-centered blog! LOL. Seriously, Terri, your blog is inspiring, interesting and full of luscious photos and places. Keep up the fantastic work, and carry on! The world needs your words and photos! Congratulations on your 300th post and all those followers. Very exciting..


  2. Congratulations Terri! Nice to be able to keep up with what you are doing. I always learn so much from you. I look fwd to reading your next 300 posts.


  3. Congratulations on your milestone Terri. I, for one, am very pleased to have made your acquaintance through our sites — as diverse as they are. It’s clear to me that a lot of thought is invested in every one of your 300 posts. Your blog is always so well written and beautifully illustrated. I think it is a wonderful reflection about who you are; your love of crafts, the finest foodstuffs, and aspects of culture that one might not know about if they were not following you. Of course, I enjoy the appearances by Kush and the glimpses you’ve offered into your family life (I remain bowled over by your mother), too. You were also extremely helpful in assisting me to go dot com earlier this year. Overall, Terri, you rock.


    1. Thank you so very much, V. I am also delighted to have made your acquaintance. This is one of the best parts of blogging as far as I’m concerned. It is gratifying to know that my work is appreciated, as you know how much time can go into a post! Sometimes I wonder if I shouldn’t be spending more time making art, but I think this is a nice compliment to what I do, and it does help me to keep track of what I’ve done. Thanks again.


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