This Blog Is Too Good To Let It Die!

I’m hoping to post this message – I will continue testing.

41 thoughts on “This Blog Is Too Good To Let It Die!

  1. Bobby from Maryland

    All of your posts come through fine…I get pictures, ads, and all your comments. We love your blog here in Maryland and would feel like we had lost a very close friend if your blog goes away. I can not imagine all the hours you’ve spent repairing the site. You have my vote for being the most persistent!

  2. Kris in Naperville

    Mary… I sincerely appreciate you and your blog… and now your Iowa persistence! I am so sorry you are having these difficulties. Thanks for continuing to push through. I would feel such a loss if I didn’t know what you, Reed, Hazel, Rick, Connie, et. al. were up to… you enrich my life so very much. It would be like losing a dear friend. Thanks for all you do!!!!

  3. Janice Hebert

    Totally agree! If we give up they win! We can’t let that happen. Thank you Mary for all you do. Jan in MA

    1. CountryThreads Post author

      I “got in” through the back door – if I can learn how it works in reverse, we’re in business! What a mood lifter to be able to post again and hear from all my friends!

  4. Jane Dumler

    I am out in the back country of northern Colorado and the blog comes through fine. Sometimes the ads won’t click away but pictures and verbage are always good. I also have no problems when I am in Denver.
    This blog is so enjoyable and has been like a best friend for me. It is like a best friend.
    Thank you for your persistence. Give Hazel a pat for me .

  5. Kathy Hanson

    I can tell that all of us readers think of you as a very special friend!! I certainly do and am so honored to even have met you! You are An amazing lady and I so look forward to see Country Threads Chicken Scratch show up on my computer/phone. So appreciate all you are doing to keep making the day for so many of us. Know that we love and support all of your efforts!! 😊❤️

  6. Gloria

    I am sure this has been a nightmare for you and I so appreciate you “keeping on, keeping on.” I would miss you and my connection to Iowa. I lived in Iowa for 13 years and loved those years.

  7. Cynthia 'Cinders'

    Glad you are making progress with the technical difficulties. Truly love your blog and the beautiful photos and all your happenings! My ads only had the arrows today no x’s beside them, will give them a 👀 and will get busy getting ready for next months number you will choose! Loved meeting you and the group in June in Rochester.

  8. Caryn Goulden

    Yes Mary, your blog is like hearing from an old friend. I would truly miss hearing about you, Reed, Connie, and all the critters. Thank you for persevering!

  9. Connie

    Oh Mary! I am so glad to hear you are not going to let this die! I have worried about your blog and prayed for you! The Dirty Dozen, and the upcoming Sew a Long, Rug a Longs, Reed and all the critters and gardening are favorites with us all ! I will continue to keep you and the blog in my prayers and close to my heart.

  10. Sue in Oregon

    I am always delighted when I see a Country Threads in my inbox. I can get lost for a time in your wonderful photos and stories. I feel as though I know you and all your animals. And, I love sewing along with you, too. I read all of the comments and now am beginning to know some of the others here as well. Just a fantastic blog Mary. Many kudos to you.

  11. Judy

    Amen! Keep the blog coming!

    Connecting across the country with ALL Y’LL is TOO FUN!!!

    Well, we were hoping we would have no more 100 degree days! Almost! Guess we should have asked for less than 97 – maybe 87! Still ROASTING in Texas!
    Hugs to all,
    Judy in Texas

  12. Janet M

    I totally agree!! I was able to close about 6 ads. I hope that helps.
    Thanks for all your efforts. Know we all appreciate it!!

  13. Diane Bauer

    Yes, it is!!! We all clearly love hearing from you, love the patterns you share, love the farm photos!!! We would miss you soooooooo much!!

  14. Betty Klosterman

    Mary, the sooner you get your knees done, the sooner you will be able to get around easier — after all the wonderful therapy!! We all love your blog and so many of us would be so lonesome without it. It is great to have so many “friends” from all over the country, see their quilts and hear about their trials and tribulations. It keeps us in touch with the outside, real world.
    As for the ads: I just click on the big part of the ad and then use the “x” at the top right of my computer screen. Hope this is doing it alright?
    In the meantime, chin up. With computers there always seems to be more than one way to get stuff done, like going in thru the back door, we just have to figure out how to do it.

  15. Darlene from Texas

    Got your email. Great photos and ads to click. The blog is too much fun to let it go. The farming photos you post of the fields across the road from you are wonderful. In the part of Texas I live in, there is not a lot of cultivated land. The land is too rocky for plowing and planting. I had no idea how soybeans were grown.
    Please keep trying to keep the blog alive.

  16. Martha Engstler Gettysburg

    For a change I only had 4 ads but don’t think there was a blog. I looked at other comments and it looks like there was a blog. I have several more emails from you that I haven’t opened yet, maybe that’s where it is.

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