Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Guest Book

Please sign my Guest book, even if you have nothing to say. I would love to see you were here. Include your blog spot if you have one. Just click "post a comment"
thanks
~a
PS If you don't want to spread your name and blogspot all across the nation and world and would rather remain private, then just shoot me an email at
annieofbluegables121[at]gmail[dot]com
love you all

26 comments:

Asay Family said...

Hey This is Rachel (Petersen) I went to school with Katie. I just wanted to say hi and I loved seeing the clip and pics of Katie and her beautiful new one. Thanks
Rachel
jarrodandrach.blogspot.com

pixiestylist said...

this is becky your daughter :)

Nonna said...

I always read your posts and enjoy them. I am http://carolyn-clark.blogspot.com

Jenny said...

I read you faithfully, but mostly from Google Reader. I'm too lazy to go to people's actual blogs.

Together We Can said...

I will come out of lurkdom and say that I also read your blog faithfully. I love keeping up on your family.

Marie Allen said...

Jenny Simmons introduced me to your blog through her blog and I have enjoyed reading about your adventures. I live in Wisconsin now and it helps me feel connected. You are such a nice and talented gal!

Lea said...

Thanks for the link to your blog! It is fun to "see" you, and you look fantastic! I don't blog, but the Brown family blog it at http://browncrackerbarrel.blogspot.com/ You can see my folks and sibs there.

Nick said...

Hi Annie;

Glad you enjoyed the pictures of Flatirons and Flagstaff Mtn. Yes, Boulder is a special place and I feel privileged to have spent the last 20 years of my life here, although I find virtually every place has it's own unique beauty - sometimes we just have to open our eyes to it!

Take care.

Marlyse said...

Hi Annie!

You do not know me, but I am Jay Welch's daughter and I have a recording of Soft Rain by Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus. Jay died Dec. 14, 2008 - we like to think he had another christmas concert to conduct, but it wasn't here. If you are still interested in the recording please contact me at marlyse.t@hotmail.com. Good luck and keep singing!

wa-bound said...

Hi, I came by your blog through Amanda Jean's blog Crazy Moms Quilts. I don't have a blog let, alothough I should. My name is Bonita and I love in Northeast Fl. I am a mother, grandmother to (2) boys, and a mother to (2) adult children. I'm a quilter, avid reader and a sci-fi buff. Keep up the good work on your blog. Always, Bonita (bonnie) Also I'm a cat lover too.

wa-bound said...

Hey annie, one should never try and type in the am (it is 9:44am here in Florida) without first having rich coffee with lots of cream. Sorry about all the mistakes. I actually have 3 adult children. They would die if they saw that. My cats name is Chief Red Cloud and he is part Maine Coon. He believes he runs the house, as all cats thinks they do.

Ellen Kleske said...

Hi, I am Ellen from Germany. I watch your blog since i found your post about the to be attitude-quilt. I made my own quilt, translatet the words, so it`s my quilt. I am a quilter for 12 years, a mom of 6 children and a grandma. Every sunday i visit my pentecostal church in Darmstadt.My blog is ellenkleske.wordpress.com/
Have a blessed week
Ellen

syl_e_fem said...

Hi there, This is Sylvia an Aussie Lurker :) I get such pleasure reading peoples blogs and I admire and respect you for the time you put in to share this little corner of the world with others like me. It always leaves me with a smile on my face. Thank you

Albert said...

Hey this is Al with the amana glass tray. draong@gmail.com
Enjoyed you music selections

Katie said...

This is Katie Forbes; we haven't actually met, though I feel that I've met you through your blog! Just found it today when I was looking for the "Soft Rain" lyrics. It's funny how much we seem to have in common. I'm still working on my blog, but you can find me at stitchings4katie@msn.com or at UncommonTreasures.etsy.com

Howard said...

I found your "Soft Rain" song on a Google search, as the choir I accompanied in HS (back in the late 1970s) performed this many times, and it was one of my favorite songs from the 4 yrs. It brought back floods of memories. Thanks!

Howard

P.S. Your choir sounded great!

Anonymous said...

My name is Ron McCabe. I now live in Utah, but I was one of the singers as a young teenager when we sang this song at the Young Artists Choral Festival in Fresno, Ca on May 27, 1972. The sone bought back great memories. I have the songbook, but there was also a record made of the event. I cannot find it, but am still looking. I can be reach at mccabe_ron@hotmail.com.

desirehigher said...

Wow, you and I have a lot in common! You have a very nice blog. Mine is desirehigher.wordpress.com.
Robyn--

Anonymous said...

I just wanted you to know what joy one of your postings brought me tonight. Today, my high school choir director, who later became my mentor and friend, moved on to conduct that great big beautiful choir in the sky. Upon reflection, I realized I think of him nearly every day when I garden. You see, I have some columbine and I simply cannot look at that flower and fondly remember not only singing "Soft Rain," but I remember that he had enough faith in me to allow me to accompany the song as well. Thank you so much for posting a memory that I will most certainly visit many times. Ironically enough, it was under his direction that our choir was so very lucky to sing in Utah in 1984 or 1985 (I forget which) with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. You cannot imagine how much finding this video on your blog means to me.
Fondly,
Kierstin Cira

kierstincira@msn.com

Kel said...

Hi Annie,
Your new grand baby is beautiful, congratulations. The letter you wrote is beautiful. It sounds like he was born into a wonderful Christian family. May Gods Blessings be with all of you.

susannahmom said...

Thank you for this tutorial! Reading about it elsewhere was one thing, but I have to SEE it. Thanks! I am from Idaho Falls originally but live in Missouri right now. I enjoy your blog!

Regina's Fiber Art said...

Hello,
Came across you thru the "Next Blog" feature. Very enjoyable reading. I will be back.
Regina of
ReginasFiberArt@blogspot.com

Unknown said...

I sang this song in church choir as a teen. I was sitting here watching the rain at my desk. Crying and having a bad day. I started humming this. So I googled it. THANK YOU so much. I haven't heard this song in over 30 years, and I really needed it today.
Annie in Idaho

Mom E. said...

Betsy's Heartstrings Blog
hope you are still blogging, I am going to join and read along! It is July 8 2013 and I haven't come across any 2013 posts yet!
I hope to!
Betsy

LCannon said...
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LCannon said...

Here is my blog name. I suppose you'll be able to figure out who I am by the picture

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