invisible friends…

I had the most delightful encounter with a fan the other day. Here’s a shout out to Nancy, who stopped me on my way in to a cafe to tell me how much she liked my blog. I can’t tell you how exciting that was for me! If you are a blogger, then you know what I mean when I say it can be a lonely exercise sometimes, particularly when you’re just starting out. It seems like you’re writing to yourself A LOT, until people begin leaving comments. It’s just so thrilling when you discover that people actually like what you write.

We bloggers tend to forget that there are a lot of silent followers, who faithfully visit our blogs, but don’t feel comfortable leaving comments. So this post is dedicated to all the invisible friends who visit my little blog. If you ever feel like commenting, I promise I won’t make you stand up in front of the class and say your name! If you ever want a private word with me,  just send me an email to

See if you can figure my theme in these photos….it’s super sophisticated and highly clever!!!!

courtesy Hardrock Construction via Houzz

photo by Chad Jackson via Houzz

photo by Abbe Fenimore via Houzz

photo by Lola B's via Houzz

photo by Abbe Fenimore via Houzz


10 responses

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  2. I don’t know the secret theme… my idea of toss cushions (all of which are gorgeous in this post, by the way!!) didn’t apply once I saw that lovely dining area in pic 3!!

    Cheers to all your silent followers, Jennifer!

  3. When I was at IDS a couple of weekends ago, I was absolutely floored when some people I’d never mer before came up to me and knew who I was because of my blog! My 15 seconds of fame 😉 But I have to say, it was extremely flattering 🙂 And you’re right, you don’t always know who’s reading your blog 🙂

    The only theme I can come up with is seating by windows – which I’m sure is wrong!

  4. Oh I was just going to say that!! Was I? You’ll never know now. What a nice feeling to be acknowledged for the hard work it requires to keep a blog up and running. Good for you. You do have a very lovely blog so you deserve the praise…Carol

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