Monday, December 27, 2010

On the Third Day of Christmas...

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  1. Hello my friend, sorry you dont have the time, but please drop by wnenever and see how its going.
    I do hope that you and your family has had a wonderful Christmas and look forward to a Happy New Year.

    As always, your wonderful Art is very Eye catching and love it.

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  2. hello, my dear,
    love love love this drawing, always have!! it was wonderful to see it today,with the sun finally shining brightly in my world-dreary rain for weeks!-and general uplift of my spirits resulting....hoping you are feeling the same, perhaps 'hopeful' is a good way to put it?

    also, you mention took a l o n g time to load my blog and i wondered if it was MY blog that is slow to load consistently or you meant your connection, i wasn't quite sure and am trying to make it load faster by putting graphics below, etc so wondered if you could just drop me a note? it was taking over a minute to load and last i clocked it, it was 11 secs so that's why i wondered....have a wonderful rest of your holiday, sweets, eating plenty of them. xoxox

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  3. also meant to say, i think i fixed the problem of the photos that are too big for this part of the blog...mine were really big at 800px earlier when i switched to the 'new' blogger templates and everything was HUGE--anyway, think i found the solution if you are interested but yours are only slightly larger and that may be by design...if so, it's lovely either way, as are you ♥

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  4. Hi, Linda
    I think I've fixed the problem of being able to comment even on THIS blog by switching from the "embedded below the post" comments format to the pop-up window. But how could that have anything to do with anyone else's comments format?

    As for the size, I'm pretty happy with the size of the images. I like them large whenever possible. That's why I gave up the sidebar stuff.

    I'm glad you have sun!!! We have over a foot of snow and it's blowing like mad out there! No sun. Hopefully tomorrow! But I noticed today that it didn't turn dark until after four this pm!

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  5. I wish you a wonderful and peaceful new year! All the best...

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  6. And so may it be for the coming year - simply peace.

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  7. Beauty in a gesture. He left us way too soon but I've always been confident he'd learned what the world has to teach.

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  8. Artists just amaze me. Such an image made with just a few lines. Wonderful.

    By the way. I don't worry if an image gets into my sidebar. If it does, it does, so what?

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  9. Brilliant simplicity!

    Did you see the lunar eclipse?

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