Friday, August 20, 2010

Comment drive!!!

I WANT YOU to comment. ;D

Well I've been wanting to do this for a while now, so here 'tis.

I have exactly 36 followers! I'm so glad! You all like me enough to keep reading about me and my sewing and Bible adventures. Thank you So much!! *Big Huggles*

So Now I want all 36 of you to tell me something.

What made you follow me?

How did you find me?

Tell me a little about yourself!

What do you like about my blog?

What don't you like?

What would you like to see more of?

or less of?

I want to know!!!

So hit the post button right below here and give me a shout out!

Bunches of Love and Huggs!


Mrs. V. said...

Ok ~ I'm here with bells on to leave my comment!
Let's see...what made me follow you? Well, first I was charmed by the name of your blog. The word Avonlea pretty much did it for me. :-)
How did I find you? I *think* it was though Emily's blog. Not 100% sure on that, but I'm fairly certain.
A little about myself...a lot of it is on my blog. I'm a mom of a 12 & 13 year old and I will be married 16 years this Friday. I love to cross stitch, read, I collect cookbooks, teacups and teapots. I love bluegrass & classical music.
What do you like about your blog? I generally love any post with pictures and I also love that you are young but already see the value of living in the "bubble." You wrote about that recently. I wish I had come to understand these things at a younger age than I did.
What don't I like? Don't change a thing! Your blog is lovely ~~**
More or less of? I think if you just keep doing what you are doing, your readership will continue to be pleased. :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Meggie :)

I think I found you through the Sense and Sensibility forum but can't remember for sure.

I'm a 55-year old wife (married 36 years) mother of two (one of which is also a "Meggie"), grandmother of 6. I like to sew, knit, crochet, embroider and, well, I just like to make pretty things. I have some health problems which force me to live the life of a gentlewoman. There, doesn't that sound positive? Hehehe (I also like to laugh!)

Your blog is pretty and uplifting. I love the music (Lady of Shalott, especially) but I usually read all my blogs in Google Reader so I just hear it when I decide to "pop in".

There isn't anything about your blog that I don't like. I like it just the way it is. Keep writing about what you feel like writing about.

What would I like to see more of? May I be selfish? (I guess it's OK, since you wanted to know.) Pictures! I love to see pictures of you, your projects, your home, anything domestic.

There is nothing I want to see less of.

Love and Huggs back atcha! God bless you.

Avonlea_dreamer said...

Oh!!! You ladies are so sweet! only two comments and I'm already gonna cry!

Thank you so much!

I'll keep the pictures and Music coming!

beast'sbelle said...

Hi Meggie! I just found your blog a few days ago, and like one of your other followers mentioned before, the title is what got me interested. I grew up watching Anne of Green Gables and Anne of Avonlea. In many ways, I was an Anne Shirley (though maybe not so outspoken). My second daughter's middle name is even Anne (spelled with an "e", of course). :) I found your blog through the Dashwood Sisters blog.
Okay, a little bit about myself. I'm a happily married, 28year old stay-at-home mom. I have three beautiful little girls, ages 6, 4, and 2. I'm a Christian, and I love singing in my church. I love dolls, Jane Austen, Beauty and the Beast, the Chronicles of Narnia, and Disney Pixar movies. I collect Beauty and the Beast items (especially things from the Disney version) and 18" Gotz, Madame Alexander and American Girl dolls. I also enjoy fixing up 18" dolls and Barbies. I detangle and restyle their hair, clean their vinyl, and sometimes rewig them.
As far as your blog, I enjoy reading your articles and seeing some of your projects. Your music is great, too. There's nothing I don't like. As the others said, just keep doing what you're doing! :)

Miss Heidi said...

Hi Meggie,

Lady Weaver commented on my blog, and I followed her here.

I'm blessed to see young ladies, near my daughter's age, following after the things of God. I love your insights....especially the living in a bubble entry. It helps me to point out to my daughter that she's not the only young lady struggling against the current of today's society. Its always nice to know you're not alone.

I like everything about your blog. Sewing and cooking are my hobbies, and its nice to see what others are up to. Probably the only thing I'd like to see more of are posts! Of course, I struggle with making the time to sit down and compose my own posts. I'm working on being more diligent in that area.

I enjoy lots of creative endeavors. Painting, home decorating, sewing, cooking, tending chickens, crafting, reading, bible word studies, traveling, American history, Japanese, German, Norwegian, and Irish/Scottish cultures & language, paper crafts, and scrapbooking. Finding the time to devote to those hobbies is sometimes challenging. I also homeschool 2 great kids. A 16yo and a 12yo. They're in several "extra curricular" activities so we stay very busy.

Keep blogging and serving the Lord.


Anonymous said...

Hmmm, Hi Meggie! I do not follow at the moment, I don't really have my blog figured out so that a can fallow, but I've been reading your blog for AGES so does that count for anything???
FWIW I also "follow your feeds"!!!
I love the things you write, I'm very much interested in your newly found passion for CW clothes, the "fort" your Dad's building, and last but not least, because you follow my Moms blog (MRS G at Pastoral Symphony Farm)I also like the fact that you are from KY :)
You're a very talented writer, I wish you'd get more comments, oh, and I think I got your blog off of a comment you left somewhere else....
Have a good evening

Avonlea_dreamer said...

Let me start of by saying Ya'll are so sweet! I love hearing from you!

You're all such Kindred Spirits when it comes to hobbies and such!

Kate, I'm pretty sure that counts. ;D I Love reading your mom's blog! You seem to have a lovely family!

And, no, I'm actually from Tennessee, We're just building the Fort there. :D

Anonymous said...

Oh... *faints*, wait.. *revives*, um, I'm sorry, a blank out for a moment, but did you say you're from Tennessee? I adore that state, I want to go see it more than anything; (especially Nashville as there are so many music Fest's held around that city)... except maybe missouri... But honestly, how sweet! and to think all this time I never knew.. *smacks forehead*
Well, I wish I was from the south, I was born in Pa, and lived in NC for a while, but....
anyhow I'll quit bugging you now :)