Friday, December 19, 2008

Asexual Reproduction (of a sort)

I've always believed that blogging begets blogging. People who enter the blogsophere by following one person's blog inevitably create their own. As they get readers (and commenters), their presence in the blogsophere grows, until they are just too big for one blog to handle. It becomes more difficult to remain true to the original blog's intent, and thus another blog is born.

And so it is with me.

This blog was, is, intended to chronicle my life with Bear. To a large extent, it's a blog about Bear, and me, and our adventures together. As much as I love him, he isn't a knitter or a spinner (I'm working on it. Trust me). So where do I blog about my fiber-related adventures?

Here.

I've created that new blog so that this old blog will get back to what it is supposed to be. I love this blog, and I'm sure I will love that blog, too. I hope that those of you who read this one will also read that one, and that any readers I get there will visit me here. And that those new readers will by extension also visit you. Because I love your blogs. All of them. I love reading them, commenting on them, waiting for your newest post. You guys are GREAT at staying true to your bloggy roots - something I'm trying to do here. I want to get back to dishing all of my relationship details and receiving your sage (and sometimes very very funny) advice.

And so, with that in mind, I will post my obligatory Christmas tree photos. These were taken before Briggs and Zedd decided that it wasn't a Christmas tree at all, but a giant holder of cat toys. Bear helped me decorate:

3 comments:

Cheryl said...

How exciting, a new blog. I want to knit so bad. Do you ever check out Rudee, the knitting nurse? I love her blog and I think you would too. I have her on my blogroll. She is currently doing a give-a-way.
Love the pictures of the tree. Tree lights can just make anything alright!
XOXOXOXO

Fox In Detox said...

And a beautiful tree it is...
Thank you as well. I love reading this blog, and commenting on it. In all honesty, I can't say that I will read the knitting one...well, maybe once or twice... I am hopelessly in hate with anything that has to do with knitting, sewing, fibers, buttons... Walking into a fabric store makes me break out in hives. I blame my mother.

Alice said...

Beautiful tree!! I can't wait to check out your other blog, too. Although I'm not a knitter or a spinner...at least I don't think I am...and if I *am* it's probably not in the way you mean it. :)