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When my blog grows up it will not be the last to the party!

Good Time Charlie, Uncategorized

  1. Your blog is grown up to me! Congrats on all the amazing things headed your way! Not sure what I want my blog to be when it grows up…good question (been thinking about this a lot lately)…oh wait, I know…a BOOK!

  2. I think a lot of us feel like tweeners, especially if the blog at some point begins to feel like maintenance. That's when it might be fun to do a make-over- redesign header photographs or side bar info, etc. The great part of it is always that we have ownership of it. “LISTEN TO ME, BLOG!!! I'M IN CHARGE!!” You're blog is unique because it is a true reflection of you!

  3. I'm so glad your blog's “tween” years aren't moody or goth! But light and bright and full of hope … looking to a future of maturity and self-expression and open to all the amazing possibilities that lay ahead …

    Thank you so much for sharing your tween blog's hopes and dreams at our link party!

    🙂

    Linda

  4. If these are your blog's “juvenile” years–it's gonna be a fabulous adult!
    Can't wait to see the new platform and design!
    Catherine

  5. i think you are doing a great job of making your blog exactly what you want it to be! i started in much the same manner, never dreaming it would become instead a much more social place for me. and i LOVE it.

  6. Well, I will continue to enjoy the ride! I adore your blog and your talent and style =) Your furniture transformations are gorgeous and I always look forward to them.

  7. Thanks so much for linking up to the party 🙂 Your goals are incredible. I really like your writing style and your easy sense of humor. Perfect. Thanks for the inspiration.

    blessings,
    karianne

  8. Better late than never! I would love to see some organization tips. Sounds like you have some well thought out goals…that's half of the battle. 🙂

    Thanks so much for joining our party, since I'm late to comment it appears we are in the same boat. 🙂

    Happy to be a new linky follower,
    Karah @ thespacebetweenblog

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