Hope you have all had a good week. Some strange weather again, but some beautiful scenes with the combination of sun and rain. I am scheduling this post as I shall be away for Handmade Monday this time. We are having a weekend in St. Ives down in cornwall, one of these £10 jobbies out of the paper.
My question is:
I always look forward to receiving your lovely comments and being a chatty person find it difficult not to reply! But whilst I find it difficult not to reply, I find it equally difficult to reply! It takes a tremendous amount of time, as I am sure you all understand. I'm torn between the two! If we were all in a room together I'd have no problem. The problem would be yours trying to shut me up!
Then there is the other side of the coin. If I do reply do you all really want to have to keep checking back to my blog to see when I reply? As much as I like to comment on all your lovely blogs I know it eats into valuable crafting time when you have to keep a check on replies etc. It's very difficult juggling blogging and crafting. I want to do them both!!!!
So what I am asking (is probably the impossible!) how can I reply to all the fantastic comments so that you lovely bloggers out there don't have to check back to my blog each time to see what I have said, and how can I make it easier for you to see what has been said without spending hours trawling through blogs to see who has written you a reply and who hasn't? What do you all think? Do you have the same problems? Have you found any solutions?
I have added a box for you to add email addresses so you get an email when I post on my blog, does this help?
I would value your views on this as I really want to keep in touch with everyone but I'm struggling to fit in the crafting! Do you like to get individual replies or would one general reply suffice? Would it be better if I started the next post with a response to the previous one?
Have a good week. I'll try and answer each one of your comments this week!
Sorry for the lack of pictures in this post but I'll take lots in St. Ives and make up for it next week!
Bye for now