Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Welcome to New Followers

Welcome! And Thanks to All Who Stop By!

As I've changed my blog name to Peach Blossom Hill and have sold several items on Etsy this year, I am so grateful for those of you who drop by to see what I'm up to, especially since I am often a sporadic blogger. I hope to be a more steady blogger and not let life's little incidents (and large incidents) keep me from it this year. And I hope to keep adding items to my little Etsy shop. Soon, I plan to have a blog giveaway just for being such a pain and asking everyone to update my blog name on their list! LOL! Thank you to all who visit me here and I hope you'll keep checking in.

I'd like to welcome some of my new followers: Julie Kendall, doll artisan

Tabitha Corsica of

Ana Anselmo of

Wendie Hurrell of

Lin's Minis of

Asuka Sakumo of Cloudy Purple Sky

Savannah Kelb of


Kim said...

Jody- I think everyone struggles to keep up with their blog at some point or other. I just figured out how to change your name on my blog- wish I was smarter at this computer!

Peach Blossom Hill said...

Thank you, Kim! I hope eventually, everyone will!


dale said...

Peach! I'm here and I checked, I'ma still a followin ya. ;)

(suffers from blog guilt)


Blue Kitty Miniatures said...

Your Welcome picture is my doormat. I bought it when I had a wonderful cat who looked like that, always wondered what he thought of me treading on it :)

Peach Blossom Hill said...

I love it! Of course I found it on Google images and always use those images with a bit of fear and trepidation. I know you shold seek permission before just grabbing images and using them. I am actually trying to get in touch with Tom Hayes and Toby West, interior designers and antiques dealers of Atlanta and Highlands, NC whose log cabin I am basing my dream mini log home on. Even though it certainly won't be an exact replica in the exact style with the exact furnishings, I like to seek permission even when using it as inspiration and I've kept the magazine with the layout of their cabin since it was published in 1989, three years after we were married! That's how long I've dreamed of it. But I guess they are probably a bit older and I can't find a direct e-mail address for them. I'll keep trying!