With a wee episode of "What's On My Mind."
I have been pondering an idea for the past few days, with all that has been going on in the news, what must friends from around the world think of "USA" bloggers. And with this in mind, I felt that I wanted to make myself clear.
You may or may not have noticed the "Welcome" on my left side bar, along with the photo of the safety pin heart beads...if you haven't please take a peek, because I am about to explain the meaning behind my choice of "Welcoming."
I welcome EVERYONE to my blog, except bullies...especially anonymous bullies.
This is a safe blog to visit, as we speak friendship and stitching here, there is no political agenda, as I find myself daily shocked by most of what I read and need the escape of the stitching blog world to find reassurance and comfort in the simple enjoyment that draws us all together...our love of all things floss, fabric, and needfuls that fill both our minds and our homes.
So please, know that my "Welcome" is genuine and respects all who visit to share their same love of the stitching crafts. Consider "My Stitching Nook" to be a safe place to visit and share...I adore your kind comments and usually reply the same day, as I love to receive a wee reply to mine.
I am proud to be American with all of it's rights and freedoms, one of which is the freedom to think freely and for myself, guided by what is right by my conscience and in my heart. These are interesting days that at times bring me feelings of embarrassment, and without sounding too cliche, I feel that they require this stitcher to focus on love and bridges rather than hate and walls.
Thanks for stopping by for a visit, and for allowing me this wee interruption.