Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Things that are making me happy..

New friends like Kim who have entries like this on their blog and help you find things you need.

Old friends who treat you to something special just because they think you're doing them a favor but it turns out the real favor is them letting you do stuff.

New friends like Annie Smith at Simple Arts who blog about you and include a bit about you in their podcasts. I look forward to seeing Annie at Market. She's going to have the cutest Rocket/Space man quilt there. Its her first market if I remember correctly! She's going to LOVE. IT.

You my little cupcakes, you keep coming back and putting up with my shenanigans.

New books and magazines. Love my two Japanese books, and Kim turned me onto this whole digital scrapbooking thing. I love all the stuff on her blog, go look, seriously, darling images and she's amazing anyway. Go there and find out for yourself. She's shared some groovy tips for photoshop with me.

And speaking of Photoshop, Monica has been such a big help, a new blogging buddy and do I ever Y her.
I even love pollen.

Because of this guy. And I really Y my wonderful husband Bret for getting me a camera that would take a photo of a bee buzzing past me.

I also love the inspiration of people, like today, like this quilt. I totally am in love with this quilt. Go there too.

And people with cool stuff at their stores and they specially ship things for you because they're cool like that.

Losing Crossing Jordan and noon and thinking it was gone forever then finding it at 3pm. Ahh so happy.

And finding out you don't have to go to the 8:30 am jury duty. Fingers crossed for the 11am call in.

And really everyone who comes on by and reads and comments and just well everything. Because life is good isn't it?


Blogger cityfarmer said...

I call some one like you (and me) a "small moments gal"

6:01 AM  
Blogger The Chicken Lady said...

I went to visit the "quilt" and WOWWEE! I also love it. I suppose there probably isn't anyone out there who wouldn't (unless their totally crazy, in the bad way). :)

Gorgeous pics of your flowering bushes and trees. Our flowers are trying to poke their heads up here, but the SNOW today will throw them off a little. :)

6:58 AM  
Anonymous happy Zombie said...

That quilt is beautiful and IS SO YOU! Hey, look at me - I have an internet connection!

I heart you too!

7:13 AM  
Blogger capello said...

oh my goodness, that quilt! that quilt!

7:38 AM  
Blogger Angelina said...

Took your happy pills this mornin' did ya?

Your cheer is completely contagious! Plus you took us on such a wonderful tour of pretty things, it's hard not to feel it when in company with such flowers, the sight of a bee, and that gorgeous quilt.

Thanks for the mention too, you are so sweet I think my teeth are about to fall out.

(But I love your peppery side too.)

11:35 AM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

I think Angelina may have something there...if it is indeed happy pills that have sparked this, please send a couple my way...
But yeah, (grumble, grumble), life's pretty darn good.

1:41 PM  
Anonymous Joan Hawley said...

Hi Pam,

I love your blog. Today's post made me smile.

My best,

6:16 PM  
Anonymous barbara brandeburg said...

Pam, you are the real quilters buzzzzzz! This is where I go to find out what's going on. I love your spunk!

10:22 PM  
Blogger Bitterbetty said...

Wowee thae bee photo is fantastic. and so are all the new links .. Thanks PKM. I don't know how you find the time!

5:54 AM  
Anonymous Doe said...

Pam,you're a SUPERSTAHHHH!!! Thanks for the shout-out/link to my site. I didn't think a quilt could make anyone else feel that way. I must be doing something right. :) After reading your blog, i don't think i need my prozac anymore. Just have to have my daily dose of PKM! lol!Thank you, thank you, thank you!

7:53 AM  
Anonymous Kim (OliveJuice) said...

And YOU, my friend, are one of the things that make ME happy!! Love your blog!

11:58 AM  
Blogger FrostingsNSparkles said...

What a great post :D :D

11:46 PM  
Anonymous victoria said...

Good job on your new camera and lovely pix! Photoshop can be very daunting and intimidating but the best way to learn is to just jump in and use it! The more time you spend with it, the faster you'll pick it up. You don't have to learn it all--its a huge program! Have fun!!!

6:39 AM  

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