Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Warning: I'm Entering the 21st Century

At the risk of sounding cliched, I'm starting a blog. I've had so much fun looking at Melissa and Amanda's blogs (and it seems like such a good way to keep up on what we're all doing) that I've decided to take the plunge. I am not exactly expecting a wide readership (only the people that really count, you know!), but I will try to keep the blog updated and provide lots of family photos for your interest and amusement.

NOW I'll try to figure out how to do all this posting stuff.

Love, kristin


  1. Now if we can just get you on Facebook, your immersion in the 21st century will be complete! Nevermind that I do not yet have a blog and would go insane trying to keep one updated. I'll still enjoy reading yours, however. :)

  2. or we could all just keep in touch this way, since kristin has been brave enough to start a blog ;-]! first - congratulations, kristin. all i ask is that you don't post pictures that will contribute to your children's need for therapy ;-]! second - hi to kim and heather!! i'm impressed that we are the first three - yeah for WWVA!!

  3. WOO HOO!!!!!!!!!! I'm so excited you did!!!!!! Emma is going to be so excited to see pics of the kids and I LOVE your writing so I can't wait to hear about all your life's whatnots.

    love you!!!!!!!

  4. Thanks for the encouragement! I was amazed at my level of trepidation when I actually started setting it up. Seriously, it was the amount of fun I had reading Melissa & Amanda's blogs (they are my nieces, for those of you who don't know), and the way it helped me keep up with what was happening in their lives which really got me serious about it.

    It, hopefully, will also make me take more pictures, as a blog is frightfully boring without photos, isn't it??

    (Oh, and yes, dear RMW, I will try to refrain from posting anything that will cause lasting trauma!! Though sometimes it's a dreadful temptation. We have a picture of a certain child at the age of two wearing only a diaper and his sister's pink flowered hat ... oh, never mind.)

  5. actually, kristin dear, that picture - with the hat - is what you bring out the first time that child (aged 16 or so) brings home a special person for sabbath dinner!!!