Wednesday, October 20, 2010

What's Your Favorite

big field walk 7

I need a little help from you, my dear and wonderful readers. No, not because I am stick in a tree, but close. I am working on a secret little side project and I could really use your thoughts. (oh... in case you are wondering, Andrew and I went for a walk yesterday in Big Field and he took pics of my new scarf for me. I said someone has to climb that tree... he refused... left me no choice...)

Do you have a favorite blog post of mine? Yeah, which blogpost just popped into your head?!?

Send me an email or share here in the comments. I can't tell you what it is for just yet, but I would love to hear your thoughts!!

Me? I am stumped.

big field walk 1


lorelei said...

I could never pick just one.
but that scarf AND your cutie yellow top are totally fabulous. Makes me want to buy something yellow.
i think i know just the thing...

Kerry said...

you could have more than one fav... come on! i need help!!

Spirited Earth said...

it would be difficult to choose just one..but a favorite would have to be The Kerry and Lorelei Show.

lorelei said...

I really loved the post you did about your new hard wood floors.
And I love the quilt posts...
the Fall walk posts are also some of my favorites.

rosebud101 said...

It is hard to pick just one, but I think that the one I most related to lately were about your son and the challenge you face as a family. It is hard to know how much to reveal publicly, but when I read the last post about your son and how you were dealing with the crisis of school, my heart was truly touched, not only by the love you showed as a mother and wife, but by showing that your little boy is still that, a little boy with challenges.

Gardanne said...

I loved this one. I guess because I am so visual I love posts with pictures helping to tell the story.

Janet said...

The blog post that I really liked and there are many good ones like Dear Sept it was quite Original and gave me a chuckle!
But the One that stands out was "It was a Dark and Stormy Morning". It showed a real you a friend who needed her readers to be with her in some of the dark hours of her life. There is a beauty in struggles. Feeling depression is no fun and I realize your situation is private and serious...but it just touched my heart. Because out of the ashes we can and do fly high again. Emerge and Bloom. For your struggles deepen you and make you even more focused. The scenery drew one in and the picture of you was beautiful, and so in your Soul searching and deep hours it showed the beauty of vulnerability and the woman named Kerry ♥

And so these are my thoughts to you!

TesoriTrovati said...

You write so well and with such a raw zest for life, it would be hard to pick a favorite. But the one thing that came to mind is when you wrote about your grandpa passing away this spring. Love those old photos. But any picture you take is worth a million words. And your knitting. Totally awesome.
Enjoy the day!

For My Sweet Daughter said...

I like Erin loved that post when your Grandfather passed away. The old pictures were awesome and made me miss my Grandpa.
I also love and reference your post on wire. I love the picture of all the spools of wire. Awesome.

Anonymous said...

Your Carrie posts, just because I've met her in real life, maybe. :) And I think I know what this is for.... heheheh.

Copper Diem said...

I love all your posts, but I really love the ones when you clean out your studio and show pictures. I'm a sucker for studio porn

sandi m said...

I enjoyed the posts when you sold the old house - bought the new house and, then all the remodeling projects. What I love is your and Ron's 'do-it-yourself' approach, especially installing the wood-burning stove.

Then there's the posts of your knitting projects...your family journey...oh, and then your beads!

Guess they're all my favs!!

Alice said...

I'm not really sure why, and I certainly can't explain it, but I liked your post 'Hello July'. It could be that I am not fond of July either....I dunno.

But really, I like the ones about your family just as well.

Gosh that was difficult to choose.