Well, this is embarrassing . . .

Relatively new to blogging, I only wish I could use my neophyte status as an excuse.  It came to my attention today that I had inadvertently made it almost impossible to comment on this blog.  All the while, I had been whining to Mr. T&C and Fabulous Co-worker that I never had any comments. Oh, yes, my face is red—almost as red as these stunning poinsettias.

Red Poinsettias

So, please forgive me, and by all means, comment!


  1. Hooray! I tried to comment this morning and couldn't. Hello T&C and welcome to the blogosphere. It's just lovely here. Your house, BTW, is SPECK. TACK. QUE. LAR:).

  2. Hello Stranger,
    i have throughly enjoyed reading your blog. It has been great to keep up with your family this way!To your recommendation I watched the Bishop's Wife today while I wrapped Christmas presents--they don't make them like they use to. I loved it! I have missed you and think of you often. I have been unable to reach you by phone--please give me a call sometime!

  3. Thanks, Mrs. T & C! I guess I'll go make YOUR Birthday comment now... just browse below!

  4. good thing you got that fixed. you might have given yourself a complex.

    love your christmas post and the beautiful ornaments.

  5. Lovely home and comments... My home was just on our Tour of Homes, so I know what you have been going through. I absolutely loved it though! I look forward to reading more of your blogs!


  6. Glad you got your comments fixed! That is crucial to blogging & welcome to blogging by the way. I see you are pretty new at it. It's so much fun & I know you'll love it too. It has enriched my life so much meeting all these great women out there, sharing life together.


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