July 22, 2010

Wouldn't it be great?!

Wouldn't it be great to visit our blogging buddies? We could travel all over the world, share a coffee while looking at their wonderful art or just listen to their stories. It was Myra's idea but JanettMarie and I liked it.

I could stay in Myra's shed and look at the stars, wander down to the local pub with Ralph, listen to Sherry play her bowed psaltery and have a nice glass of ice water with JanettMarie while looking at her martini's. I could probably go to church with Carol, and have chai with Padmaja. The list of wonderful places and experiences go on and on.  Little did I know that when I started this blogging adventure a few months ago that I would end up with so many friends in so many places.  I am soooo blessed!


  1. You are most welcome to Mumbai Bonnie, I will make Masala Chai at home and much more than that, make your stay memorable for you :-)

  2. What a wonderful idea. How about august the 8th big day in my life something to do with weddings and rubies ha ha. Anytime you are ever near that ale will be here waiting for you.

  3. Tee hee, Bonnie. I'd surely hurt your ears. My husband is better at the bowed psaltery than I am but he also practiced more than I do. I shall have to do that today! I was reminded of an old song I love by bread called Aubrey...it would be beautiful on the bowed psaltery. I am going to look up the music for it, I think!

    But your words are so true. It would be so much fun if we could all get together when the mood strikes and paint, talk, and laugh!

  4. I've blogged about this a long time ago. I hope this wave of thinking continues to grow. A tsunami of this would be just fine! This summer I've already hosted two blogging artist. One from France and the other from Napa Valley. I live in Maine.

    Don't just think it. Do it! I promise you won't regret it.

  5. Bonnie, what we need to do is all put cameras on our computers so we can see each other. Face to face would be wonderful though, I agree. I have found two bloggers here in Maine and one in NH and one in Vermont that are only a few hours away. Maybe someday we can meet. I'd love to visit Acadia and Nova Scotia someday, seeing a bit of Canada would be nice too. Who knows.............

  6. Yes it's great to have friends in so many places. I've met a couple of the people who follow my blog or whose blogs I follow- it really is very special.

  7. i always wish this too! :)

  8. I love your new blog layout! So cheerful! I hope that you are not allergic to cats! There's a cute little cat living in that shed now! maybe one day we'll have the 'artist blog tour'! where an artist visits all of the blogging artists! I would watch that on television!

  9. You folks are great. This social network has really brightened my life.

  10. Right I already have a webcam and already some bloggers have watched me pianting. Maybe Heather should try and set up a date and a time. In the meantime heather thanks again for you comments on my blog means a lot to me

  11. Dear Bonnie,
    Thank you for visiting my blog. Your beautiful works, lovely personality and wonderful human network impress me so much. Indeed, I,too, really appreciate blog friends' friendship. I look forward to your next upload.
    Hurray, hurray, Bonnie!
    Kind regards,

  12. isn't it the best!!!
    Have fun at the wedding. See you when you return.

  13. Bonnie
    What a beautiful idea
    wouldn't it be loverly to all meet
    I myself feel so connected since I've retired and joined different art groups
    there is such a great santisfacton in sharing what you love to do
    Life is good and I am so thankful to be able to express myself through painting and writing
    Enjoy summer