Monday, November 29, 2010

I'm moving!

I won't lie. It hurts my heart a little to move this blog. But I'm a sentimental girl, and I tend to get weepy over things that need not be wept about. Like websites. Or blogs. So I won't lie to you--my eyes glaze just the tiniest bit when I think about moving this internet home to another address. Will it ever have the same, homey feel? Will my readers and friends follow me or forget about me? Will this be a prelude to a new, exciting season or will I regret the move?

Okay, now I'm getting downright melodramatic. It's a URL address for pity's sake. But I do want to give you time to prepare so that you don't just show up here on Wednesday and find a cold wind blowing through the pixels of my bloggity-blog. Did you catch that? The big moving day is Wednesday, December 1. When you come back in two days, there will be a link to a new blog, a new site, and the first of three big giveaways. I'm hoping to brighten your Christmas season just a little. Consider it a small way that I can say "thank you" for reading. Thanks for the encouragement, the connection, the many ways that we have been able to uphold each other. It's been awesome. And it's my hope that it'll only get better.

Hope you're enjoying the last few days of November! 2010 is drawing to a close...



  1. Thanks, Katie. I'm pretty excited about it. And I'm anxious to hear your news, too... Any chance you'll be able to share, soon??? ;) Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. Excited to see the new place...many hugs to you today :)

  3. I'm hoping by Christmas, but you just never know how long this step in the process will take. :)

  4. Looking forward to your new site! Is there a way we can enter for the giveaways??

  5. You'll be able to enter the giveaways on Wednesday at the new blog site. Come back here then and all you'll have to do is follow the link! :)

  6. You've been moving a lot lately, Nicole. So, I just thought I'd try to define what you are doing (with a little help from the Oxford Canadian :)

    move v. 1 go in a specific direction. 2 take or cause to take action. 3 make progress. 4 provoke feelings in. 5 propose for discussion at a meeting.

    mover (which you are) n. 3 a person who incites or instigates to action.

    I think you have been all these things! Look forward to seeing the new blog site.

  7. Doris, you make me smile. We have to meet someday. :)

    I love your definitions (or the Oxford Canadian's definitions), but I don't think I'm moving so much as I'm being moved. I feel powerless to stop it, actually. But I suppose that's not a bad thing, either.