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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

A Delightful Decorating Blog

The great thing about blogging, as well as a "scary" thing, is that you never know who is going to stop by your blog.

Yesterday, Melissa from "The Inspired Room" dropped by. I paid her a return visit and am I ever glad I did. She is a designer and a member of the Interior Refiners Network. Her blog is beautiful and full of wonderful ideas for what to do with the spaces in your home. I especially like the ideas for outdoor rooms! This is an area our cottage needs help with!

If you have a minute, please pay a visit to Melissa's blog. You will be delighted that you did!


Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

You are so sweet, thank you for the shout out! I know what you mean about the "scary" part of blogging visitors (I'm definitely NOT scary, but I still know what you mean), I once had an interior designer stop by who has been featured in Architectural Digest. The day she came by I was playing one of those Tag Games and I was going on and on about how I don't get manicures and I drive a mini-van. NICE! :-) I don't think she ever came back. Oh well. I got over it.

Happy happy day, and thanks again for the sweet post, it made me smile.


Deanna Rabe - Creekside Cottage Blog said...

Oh wow!

I completely understand!

Have a wonderful day, yourself!

Anonymous said...

Tag, mini vans, or small SUV'S, and short nails are the qualities of a content woman! hee hee Don't you think??

Anonymous said...

Oh, I also remember having to tell Becky that someone was spamming her blog!! That is why we need to have the extra security with the letters...! Also to keep watch over each other's blog!!

Becky K. said...

I appreciated that Miss Paula!

I have been visiting Melissa's Beautiful blog for a long time and love the things she shows.

I enjoy your blog so much, Mrs. Rabe. I have learned so many things about you and what you hold dear from visiting here.

Becky K.

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