This afternoon at Die_Wollnerin, (That’s the name to follow on Instagram)local yarn store in Berlin, a cool duo were filming a live Instagram video. I was able to send the video to some knitting friends in the states while it was happening. It’s up for another 19 hours. Yes it’s in German but look at the gorgeous yarn.
Meet Sabine Bornemann, owner of the Yarn Store Die Wollnerin and fabulous hand dyer of lovely colorful yarn. Every time I visit Berlin, I stop by to visit and buy yarn souvenirs.
Here are the Instagram Live Video creators Diana and Stefanie so much fun to meet them and watch the action https://feierabendfrickeleien.com/
Die_Woolnerin, a local yarn store in Berlin. there was an Instagram Live video recording happenings
I’ve followed Cee’s blogposts for tears https://ceenphotography.com/2019/05/16/cbw-hands-feet-or-paws/ Click to see her gallery of Black and White photos with Gsnds or Feet or Paws.
Her photography is excellent- she inspires the blogging community, and compiles links of host challenges created by other bloggers all over the world. When WordPress stopped the Weekly Photo Challenges feature, Cee’s challenges (Oddball, Flower and B & W to name a few) prompt thousands of posts around the Internet.
Cee’s colorful Flower posts have always cheered me on many a gray winter day.
Cee visits my blog, clicks the like button and leaves a good word for me.
Then on another blog-Lingering Visions– I read the posted photo was prompted by Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge. Hands feet or paws. Both bloggers prompted me to post my Hands, Feet or Paws photo.
This 2016 wedding pic, taken in Austin Texas, (thank you Anna, Aric and Champ) has both hands and paws
3500th Blog Post Today
Thank you readers and followers and fellow bloggers for hanging in there with me all these years.
I appreciate your looking at the photos (hopefully right side up), clicking the like button and writing comments when you can, even when it’s been a hassle.
It’s Spring Break at Grandma’s House for three of the grandkids.
I am fortunate to live in a city with so much to offer.
A test request: Can you leave a word or two in the comment section today so I can see how EASY- Difficult or IMPOSSIBLE it is to leave a comment if you are not a WordPress Blogger. I have heard from at least two regular commenters that it is not easy to do so.
Nobody has time to experience a hassle.
Dear Blog Readers. I hope you can help me today. Computer/blog issues are frustrating as many of you know, but not something anyone really wants to spend time on. WordPress Happiness Engineers are trying to assist me. The problem is they can’t see what YOU see on your computer or device.
It has come to my attention that some of my photos on the blog posts are showing up sideways, reducing the enjoyment of viewing the photographs for sure. I’ve been blogging for 9 1/2 years and this issue has occurred recently it seems. Have any of you bloggers experienced this problem.
I take photos with a camera and or an iphone and blog from my computer or my phone. Not sure if the method I use to upload photos is the problem.
I am going to post a few photos and if you would be so good as to let me know if you see them correctly. Also what device are you viewing them on IF you see them sideways. Thank you.
Photo 1 is photographed vertically
Jack at Thanksgiving in Virginia
Photo #2 is shot horizontally
Photo # 3 Shot Horizontally
#4 A vertical shot for sure
Today is the ninth year anniversary of blogging. The start of year ten. Yikes!
Almost every day. Sometimes every 36 hours instead of 24. The times when there was no internet access, the hard drive crashed, the time I fried the computer with a glass of beer, traveling or feeling unwell. Many days I found a way, made a way to get a photo posted, somehow.
A friend gave me this Campbell Pottery (of Crawford County Pennsylvania) vase with a little brass frog to hold the flower stems. It’s a beautiful work of art. Thanks Debbie.
Being part of the blogging community and getting to know fellow bloggers around the world is the best. We share thoughts, ideas and images that inspire and we encourage one another to keep on blogging.
Thank you readers, commenters, guest bloggers and those who click the “like” button and those who visit anonymously.
HYMN OF PROMISE is copyrighted so you’d have to click the title to read the words written by Natalie Sleeth.
LINES. Cheri Lucas Rowlands challenged WordPress bloggers to find lines through their lens. Here is my gallery of lines. Jet trails and kite tails. Sculpture, railroad tracks, smokestacks and jello layers.
Pittsburgh Skyscraper Reflection