Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Happiness Project


Patchwork Times
 I am working on a few things this week to promote happiness that are a bit different for me. I am spending a bit more time on the internet. I decided this week to visit all 100 blogs on Design wall Monday and comment if I felt lead. It makes a difference to see the pictures full sized and to read about everybody's journey in life. I haven't done that in several months and I felt inspired by the work. I enjoyed reading peoples stories. I felt uplifting by commenting, Who knew? I can't do that every week because it is a large investment of time but it is really fun to do on occasion. I feel connected to people who are as nuts about quilting as I am. Maybe more!

Jotting a line, sending a card, making a call, keeping in touch. No reason we can't do that in this day and age.


9 comments:

Sue Daurio said...

I agree completely!! At least once a month I like to visit as many as I possible can, and it makes me feel good :)

marcella said...

It is fun to visit, isn't it? Normally I set a time limit for visiting (like 1/2 hour) and a goal to comment on every blog I visit. It's always really inspiring.

Amanda Echler said...

Thank you. I'm sure taking that time means a lot to some of us ;)

Teresa F. said...

I also try visiting as many blogs as possible, comment and even follow. It means a lot to me and I'm sure it's important for everyone,too.

Patrica said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your comment meant a lot to me and cheered me up on a blah day. See, it does make a difference.

SusanB said...

Echoing Patricia, Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love getting comments, but get few. Maybe if I posted more frequently . . .

Mary said...

Thanks for stopping by and for the kind comment. I see you made a Civil War quilt also. Nice with the brown sashing.

Cathy Tomm said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting. I love to make comments but it does take time.

One Minnesota Quilter said...

I look forward to Mondays! It's fun to catch up with what the other bloggers are doing and meet some new ones.

I do try to comment on most blogs because I know how encouraging it is to me when someone comments on mine. Even just a simple line - sort of like getting a post card. :)

Judy