Moving Day

This blog is moving 


While you wouldn’t know it from the sparse blog posting of late, I have been putting a lot of thought and effort into placing the art, the photos, and the writing of a blog, under one umbrella. The external driving force behind this is the increasing requests to find and view my fibre artwork and photographs online, and  not having an easy platform here to tackle that with. The internal driving force is simply my desire to have a fresh look and to honour the small voice that is saying I've outgrown the space here, it's time to move.    

Out of all this effort came a lot of computer chaos, a lot of give up and go away, and one little name that persisted. Wool, Stone & Prairie walked into my thoughts about a month ago while walking around the prairie with the dogs. It did not leave so I claimed it, and, further still, decided to do something with it - which has taken far more hours on a computer than originally thought. Fast forward a wee bit though and Wool, Stone & Prairie is now online as a website, a blog and a Facebook page (Instagram in the future but making no promise of when I'll get that worked out). 

So, ... Wool, Stone & Prairie is where this blog is moving to. I’ll leave this blog up for a little while and I’ll recap some of the favourites from this blog at the new one, that way it won’t be gone entirely. 

Wool, Stone & Prairie is still very rural in the vast online space of the internet so I hope you’ll come on by for a visit and maybe stretch your legs there for a spell. You are all more than welcome. The content is not vastly different from what is here, the subjects of sheep, dogs and prairie land remain. The tentative plan is to share the artwork more, (the photos will be there too), and go deeper with my musings of land and life.  

I'm still building and decorating at the new space and sincerely hope to continue our connection there. And if this marks the time for you to part ways, may my gratitude for your following thus far go with you. 


If you wish you can catch the first WSP blog post here .




Comments

  1. I like your new platform, and I look forward to following it. Very sorry to hear about your old Border Collie passing, although I am positive that your dog had the best life ever.
    I tried to comment on your new blog, but it said my comment was blocked.

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