As a result of having workmen in the house over the last couple of days, I have spent a lot of time on the computer instead of in my attic studio. The computer is downstairs next to all of the action going on in my living room.
So, I have visited LOTS and LOTS of blogs. I have done some surfing. By the end of the day yesterday, I was exhausted. Yes, I know, it is not quite the same as spending one's day coal mining. There's just something about technology that sucks the energy out of the user.
While I have noticed that my blog is not the hottest place to be (some other bloggers may get well over one hundred comments per post), I do not think it is such a shabby blog. Others might. As Vice President Cheney says, "So." I've noticed a great deal of diversity among my links. I'm not sure it is what other bloggers are looking for. Perhaps some come to a fiber artist's blog looking for other fiber artists, and nothing else, to link to. But I think that many of my return visitors will appreciate this, and they will get more insight to me as an artist and person.
My diversity was not intentional. Yet it does reflect the type of art I like and display in my home. I love visiting other blogs whose links are diverse as well. It is great fun to discover a new artist, especially in a medium I know little about.
Lets see whose blogs are among my links:
mixed media artists
What am I missing? I do need a ceramic artist or two, perhaps a wood carver. Please let me know of some of your favorite links. Or, if you have been reading, but not commenting, let me know who you are.