measuring success, and a blogiversary giveaway.

It was three years ago today that I started this blog.  Wowza.  Time flies!  I can’t believe it has been three years already.

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It seems like an anniversary is always a good time to evaluate where you are and where you want to go.

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A good time to stop and wonder, why do I do this?  And am I successful at it?

Success is defined as:

  • the accomplishment of an aim or purpose.
  • the attainment of popularity or profit.
  • a person or thing that achieves desired aims or attains prosperity.

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When I began my blog the goal was to use it to sell my painted furniture.  As it turns out, that has been hit or miss.  While I do occasionally sell a piece to a reader, those sales are not the norm.  Most of my pieces end up being sold on Craigslist.  So I can’t say that I have really achieved that goal.

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I’ve read that on average it takes 8 to 10 hours to write a blog post.  That includes writing the post as well as taking & editing photos for the post.  And it also includes the time invested in the project itself whether it be painting a piece of furniture or decorating a room for the holidays.  That sounds about right to me.

I usually post about 3 times a week.  That translates to 24 to 30 hours per week.  Holy cow.  Do I really spend that much time on it?  I think I might.  If you count the time spent painting furniture.  But the thing is, I’d be painting furniture anyway so even if I wasn’t writing a blog I’d still be spending a significant amount of time on that.  The time I spend just writing the blog is more like 6 – 8 hours per week.

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Earlier this week I came across an article about how to drive more traffic to your blog.  I got about halfway through the article and then I just grew bored and stopped reading it.  I realized I didn’t want the goal of my blog to be gaining more followers.  I don’t want to tailor the content of my posts for the sole purpose of attracting a wider audience.

So, if I’m not meeting my original goal of selling furniture via the blog and I’m not particularly motivated to ‘attain popularity’ in the form of more followers, why do I spend that much time on this?

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Well, the answer is simple.  I really enjoy the process.

This is not a job for me.  It’s a pleasant pastime.

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Every now and then I have to stop and remind myself that it doesn’t matter how many followers I have, or how many ‘views’ my blog gets every day.  I have to resist the accountant side of my brain that wants to crunch the numbers.

I am not going to measure the success of my blog by the numbers.  I’m going to measure my success by whether or not I am having fun with it because that is why I do it.

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That being said, an anniversary is also a good excuse to host a giveaway to express how much I do appreciate my readers, even if I’m not counting you to measure my success.  Especially those of you who take the time to leave comments and let me know that you are out there.  Getting comments is one of the things that makes blogging fun for me, so please keep them coming.

I’m going to give away two gifts today.  The first is already spoken for and is going to Victoria.  Victoria and I have never met.  She lives down south, while I am up north.  Victoria found my blog back in December of 2013, so only one month after I started blogging.  Since then she has left me 557 comments making her far and away the most prolific ‘commenter’ (not a real word, I know) on my blog!  And I have appreciated each and every one of those comments.  Thank you for all of your kinds words of encouragement Victoria!  I hope you enjoy your gift, it will be on its way to you soon.

For the 2nd prize, I will draw a name at random from any comments left on this post by Friday, December 2 at midnight.  There are no special requirements, you don’t have to follow me or click on a link to something; you just have to leave a comment.  I hope you’ll take a moment to do so.  Here’s what you’ll get (MMS milk paint in Schloss, a tiny green vintage floral frog with a Christmas greeting, a set of vintage cookie cutters, the latest issue of Flea Market Style and the Winter 2016 issue of Flea Market Decor).

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Flea Market Style has a great article about re-purposing vintage cookie cutters …

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So when I saw this Christmas-y set at a local shop I knew I had to grab them and throw them in.

I hope you’ll continue to read my blog and leave the occasional comment or two down the road just to encourage me.  Here’s to another year!  And don’t forget to leave a comment for your chance to win!

208 thoughts on “measuring success, and a blogiversary giveaway.

  1. Well I can say as one of your Canadian followers I really enjoy your blog! I find it inspiring and very real.You have challenged me to grow as a fellow furniture painter and crafter and for that I am thankful. Keep up the good work.

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    1. I’m glad I inspire you Laura. And I’m feeling like I should cultivate good relationships with my Canadian readers. At the rate things are going here in the U.S. I may have to head for the border one of these days. I hear there are quite a few Americans considering making the move!

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  2. I am another one of your faithful readers, but I almost never comment on any blog! That being said, I really appreciate the time and effort that you put into this blog. Trips, furniture, sister, neighbor – it’s all good!

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  3. In the last week this is the third blog I’ve left a comment on!
    I’m so glad you’ve encouraged me to do so again.
    Honestly I found your blog because it started with a Q.
    That letter is very special to me because my son’s name starts with a Q as well.
    Thank you for your honest opinions and for sharing more than furniture redo’s with me, the non-commenting reader, until now;)

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  4. About 2 months ago my sister La Verne (who I see has already commented) said that I had to sign up for your blog. She’s the creative carpenter/painter in the family – I’m just the cheering section. She said you were from Minnesota and we grew up in St. Paul so I was on board! Thank you for your detailed explanations and beautiful photos; it’s a pleasure to read…

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    1. I am going to try and share more local stuff in the future too. I know it’s fun to read about somewhere that you came from. I’ll keep you in mind for that Michelle!

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  5. I found your blog through Hometalk and was really intrigued, especially when I found out we were nearly neighbors. I live in Woodbury, and my daughter and I came to your most recent carriage house sale. I wanted to come home with everything, but I had to limit myself due to space constraints. I love your photos, your style, and the beauty of the pieces you bring to new life. Thanks for the fun!

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    1. Hey, that’s so cool. I wondered if I was getting any mileage out of those Hometalk posts, so it’s nice to hear that I even got a new customer at my Carriage House sale thanks to Hometalk. I hope you’ll come back again next year!

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  6. I love reading your blog..I usually don’t comment (just me being shy) lol
    I love those cookie cutters..Mom had them but got rid of them years ago before I started “junking” lol
    thank you for the giveaway and the amazing posts that I get in my mailbox 🙂

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  7. I found your blog via Instagram or Facebook. My business partner-friend and I had just opened a shop in suburban Chicago and were always looking for that mix of modern rustic vintage. You are it and you always inspire us and embody our vision. We are just celebrating our first year. Thanks for being along for the ride without even knowing it. 🙂

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    1. Congrats on your own one year anniversary! That’s awesome. My sis keeps saying that we should do a weekend trip to Chicago, so let me know the name and location of your shop. You never know, we might actually stop in some time.

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      1. Oh do come! A gal puts together a event in March called The Vintage Shop Hop with stores participating all through northern Il and southern WI. Maps and deals and all around fun.
        We are Mabel’s Market in Lemont, Il. It would be a treat.
        Xxo

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  8. HI QUANDIE (LINDA)
    SINCE YOU ARE MEASURING SUCCESS, I WANT TO LET YOU KNOW
    HOW MANY WAYS YOU ARE SUCCESSFUL:
    1. YOU HAVE CREATED AND MAINTAINED A BEAUTIFULLY STYLED BLOG.
    YOU HAVE HIT A TRIFECTA GOOD GRAPHICS GREAT TALENT AND
    TRIED AND TRUE INFORMATION.

    2 YOU ARE ABLE TO HAVE FUN SOURCING MERCHANDISE AND
    COMPLETING THE MAKEOVERS.

    3. SHOPPING FOR DISPLAY ITEMS FOR PHOTO SHOOTS.

    4. FINDING PIECES TO ADD TO YOUR COLLECTIONS.

    5. MEETING FELLOW BLOGGERS AND/OR POTENTIAL CLIENTS

    FUN FUN FUN

    THE BLOG OPENS UP SO MANY OPPORTUNITIES TO MEET
    PEOPLE, GO PLACES AND FIND TREASURES THAT YOU WOULD
    NOT FIND OR EXPERIENCE IN YOUR EVERYDAY ROUTINE.

    SO BY ALL OF THESE MEASURES AND MANY MORE. YOU ARE
    MOST CERTAINLY A SUCCESS.

    KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!!!!!

    BILLIE

    6. ACCESS TO NEW PRODUCTS FOR REVIEW

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    1. Thanks Billie! I have to laugh, I am clearly very successful at no. 4, finding pieces to add to my collections (or non-collections as I like to call them). I think I really excel at that one 😉

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  9. Your blog is appreciated because….
    -you don’t have obnoxious ads that make my computer hiccup while they load some sales pitch for a loan, or pillow or some other things I am not interested in but have to wait on.
    -you are a great writer and photographer and don’t make the pictures so big I have to scroll to see the content
    -I can read the blog without clicking on those little half sentences that take me to more
    -you have great taste in colors and furniture
    -you are real, live in a real world, have real plans and think about real decorating needs

    So from me, thanks for sharing, and for taking the time to put it together so often.

    Mary

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    1. Earlier this year I changed my blog format to increase the size of my photos and that was something I tried to pay close attention to. I like to be able to see the entire photo on the screen at once. There is nothing more distracting than having to scroll up and down to see the whole photo. I feel like my photos are now maybe just a hair too big though. I may still scale them back a bit, but just a bit. I also want to mention, since you brought it up, that not making you click on one of those little half sentences to take you to read the full blog post is another way in which I don’t ‘count’ you. just another service I’m providing here at q is for quandie 😉

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  10. I one of those people that’s shy about commenting. I write and rewrite my comment, check the spelling a thousand times and then decide to delete it altogether. Reading that comments really matter to you, has given me the courage to leave this message. I promise I will write more often. I want to thank to you for sharing your stories and your amazing “eye”. Your photos are beautiful. I’m often inspired by them. They have helped me to see the potential in items at flea markets and thrift shops. Sometimes this newfound gift is a blessing, sometimes it is a curse! I have started collecting rolling pins. I love baking and old rolling pins capture that love. I am planning on displaying them in my kitchen in a creative way. I’ll send you a photo when I’ve figured it out. In the meantime, thank you for sharing your talents. I always look forward to reading your posts.

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    1. Please do feel encourage to leave more comments Mabel. I don’t care if you have spelling errors! Hey, my sister recently started collecting old rolling pins too. Keep me posted if you come up with a clever way to display them so I can share it with her.

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  11. Congratulations on your blogging anniversary! Though never as ambitious or successful as you in the great venue of blogging, I continue for the same reason – the pure pleasure in the process. I wish you success and continued pleasure and hope the “process” continues for a great while longer…

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  12. Hi there! This is my first time visiting your blog and I love it. I am a vendor at Salvaged With Style in Hudson and I met your sister there yesterday. She told me about your blog. I love your photographs and know I am going to really enjoy reading more! I especially like to find local bloggers as it feels more relevant. Delighted to have found you!

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    1. Welcome Nora! Debbie told me that she had stopped in there to buy me some Miss Mustard Seed products for my birthday. I’ll have to thank her for sending you my way!

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  13. I really enjoy your blog and have learned so much! I found a vintage piano bench that has some small chips in the veneer. I didn’t hesitate to buy it as I remembered your trick with “filling” the chips with newspaper/book pages. I am planning on a little twist – I found some old printed sheet music and will use that. Hope it turns out as nice as your work!

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  14. You are so generous, Linda! You share your talents with us every time you post, and now you’re sharing some of your treasures with a lucky reader. I’ve collected those same ornaments for years, because they remind me of my mother. At Christmas, I hang them from my kitchen cabinet knobs with a pretty ribbon … I can’t bear to make anything permanent out of them. That tiny frog is the sweetest !
    It’s very refreshing to read your blogging philosophy. I’ve seen one too many blogs ruined by the dreaded pop up ads.
    May your holidays be merry ones, Cynthia

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    1. Same to you Cynthia! And I love the idea of hanging those cookie cutters with a pretty ribbon. They’d be a great addition to a wreath hung in the kitchen too.

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  15. I have two favorite blogs and yours is one of them! After reading the explanation of your blog name I KNEW we could be “in person” friends if we lived closer! No worries about winning the prize 🙂 Just thought I’d take a minute to tell you that!

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  16. Happy blogging anniversary…If you keep enjoying blogging I will continue to enjoy reading about what you (and your sister and neighbour(s)) are up to. And let’s not forget all these wonderful pictures of the painted furniture and your (not) collections and original ideas for repurposing things.

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  17. I would like to compliment you on a really fantastic blog! I’m a teacher and usually really, really busy. I don’t seem to have time to look at the blogs or things that come in my email. But, I was researching Fusion Mineral Paints to do my first project…which turned out pretty well…and I found your blog, along with two others. Yours was the only one that I kept up with, and I open it each time it comes in my email. You have exquisite taste, in my opinion, so I love looking at your stuff. I learn a lot, being a newbie. I also didn’t know they made flea market magazines, so I’ll be researching those. What a great resource! Thanks so much & Happy Holidays!! 🙂

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    1. Thanks so much for your flattering comment Kim! As for the flea market magazines, the one pictured is Flea Market Style and was started by Ki Nassauer who also started Junk Bonanza (if you are familiar). She used to live here in Minnesota but abandoned us in favor of California some time ago. Well, who can really blame her for that. I didn’t realize it until I read a local newspaper article, but this is the first issue of the magazine to be published after a two year hiatus. I found my copy in a local grocery store, Kowalski’s. If you don’t win the prize, be sure to look for the magazine. It’s well worth it.

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  18. I love reading your blog. There is always something to glean. I have left the blogs that are purely money-makers and number counters. While it’s nice to make money on a blog, keeping the flow and keeping it real don’t usually mix with ads and commercials. They feel stilted. It’s like the actor breaking into song within a movie. There is actually no way to do it smoothly and seamlessly. I don’t read those kinds of blogs. Here’s to the next year! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  19. For a moment, Linda, I got nervous reading this post thinking that you might be *throwing in the towel* and not blogging anymore! I, like many others, am a silent follower. Believe me when I say that I look forward to every post and check every day to see what you are up to! You have incredible ideas about painting furniture and repurposing vintage items. I, too, love to paint furniture and wish I had a neighbor like yours to repair things! You are so lucky to have him! Your garden, your trips, your garage sale adventures, your decorating – I love it all! I especially love your honesty and *down to earthness*! Thank you for all your time well spent!

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    1. I am so very lucky to have my neighbor/handyman Ken. Really, I say that every single time he does something for me … which is fairly often. I hope I can hang onto him for a long while to come. He is a big part of what makes this blog possible too.

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  20. I really enjoy your blog. Your repurposed projects are beautiful and amazing creative touch. Please continue your wonderful work!

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  21. Of course I read every blog post you post.There sure are a lot of great comments on here. Of course I love it, especially the ones I am a part of.

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  22. I have only been following your blog for a few months and I check every day for a new post. I will have to check out that magazine because I have quite a few vintage cookie cutters and am always looking for ways to use them. Enjoy your blog immensely and get inspiration from it.

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    1. Thanks for following Joyce. That magazine is on the stands now and has some other great articles too. Be sure to look for it, if you don’t win the prize that is!

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  23. Hi Quandie, you had me scared at the beginning of your post. It was sounding like you may be coming to an end of blogging. I am glad to hear that you are not. I have never commented before and I really don’t know why. I read your blog every day. I look forward to seeing your next post of a painted furniture project or a new find for your collections. i love it all. i also paint furniture and collect a few of several things. You are an inspiration. I have enjoyed seeing the finds of your garage sale adventures and then what you do with them. I am glad to hear that you blog because you enjoy it. Keep up the great work….you inspire us in so many ways. Thank You!

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    1. I keep telling myself that there are people out there like you Regina. Reading and enjoying the blog even though I don’t know it. Thanks for confirming that for me. I’ll definitely keep it up as long as people like you are out there 😉

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  24. I just wanted to add my two cents worth. No need to enter me in the contest (I have most of it already 😁) Even though I rarely comment I do enjoy reading your blog posts. We have similar tastes and styles so it’s always fun to see your latest project and the goodies you find on your shopping trips.
    Keep doing what you do.

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  25. Hey there, Q! I just wanted to drop you a quick comment to say “Happy Blogiversary!” I love that you blog purely for the joy of it and I applaud you for fighting against the social norms of keeping track of how many “likes” and readers are out there. Keep up the excellent work and we’ll keep reading!

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  26. Happy “blogaversary”!
    I find that yours is really the only blog I read any more and I really look forward to every post. So many other blogs have advertising all over the page that it gets irritating to visit and I can’t concentrate on their content because I am continually clicking ads away…
    Your voice is like chatting with a friend, your work is beautiful and inspiring, and your “community” (Ken, NNK, Debbie) all feel familiar to me.
    Since we are both in the Twin Cities I love seeing the neighborhoods you go to for sales and the treasures you come back with.
    Happy, peaceful holidays to you and Mr. Q!

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  27. Thank you for sharing your passion with us! I am not typically a commentor, but I’ve always been a reader! You have inspired me to try things I would not have been brave enough to do without your blog. Happy Anniversary and many happy returns!

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  28. Happy blogiversary Quandie! I’ve been following you since the beginning, but never commented before. I love all your makeovers, gardens and photos…thank you for the giveaway. I look forward to many more years of projects!

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  29. Happy Anniversary ! I am lucky enough to live real close to you and was able to get to the sale this year for the first time! Loved it and was thrilled to be able to meet you ! Plan to get to any future sales you have. You’ve been an inspiration and reading your blog is what got me started on painting furniture myself!

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    1. Thanks for coming to the sale Shelley! We’ll probably only have one sale again next year (although I have been known to change my mind about such things frequently). I was just chatting with my sale co-host, Sue, about making some really cool signs for next year’s sale. She just made one for herself (maybe I should share it here on the blog) and it’s really fab. Anyway, hopefully I’ll see you again next year!

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  30. Let me start by saying I love the inspiration I get from your blog. I don’t always comment, but I always read every post. You are on my bloglist and I get excited when you do a new post and it shows up at the top. I don’t have any advertisement on my blog and simply write for the same reason you do. Writing inspires me to get things done. When I do a makeover of an item or furniture, I can’t wait to post about it. Why? Because my husband couldn’t care less, but readers often love it as much as I do…so nice to find my soul sisters.

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    1. Ha, that’s so true. Mr. Q isn’t all that interested in my projects either. He pretends to be though, which is nice. Hey, I’m wondering, did you end up at Cracker Barrel for Thanksgiving?

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  31. Your blog is a real inspiration to me, both as a fellow furniture painter and a blogger! I love your work, but your passion is really what sets you apart keeps me coming back. Thank you for all the time and energy you pour into this labor of love!

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  32. One of my sisters lives in Marine on St Croix, and we have visited Stillwater many times during our visits. But we haven’t been up there recently, and still wish to visit the vintage shop you’ve posted about.
    I find your photos and vignettes so inspiring, and secretly feel like a kindred spirit with the passion for painting furniture and taking photos. Since I don’t have the space to store/work on/stage large pieces of furniture, I’ll happily continue to live vicariously through your beautifully styled posts.

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    1. Thanks Terri! There are lots of great vintage occasional sales taking place in the St. Croix Valley this weekend, maybe it’s time for you to make another visit!

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  33. Wow…if you didn’t realize it before, you should know now that lots and lots of people are reading and wnjoying your blog. As they should…it’s well written, the ideas are fabulous, the pictures are phenomenal AND you are just an over all nice person. Who happens to like numbers and painting. Congrats on the anniversary🤗

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    1. I definitely didn’t realize it before. All of these amazing comments have really renewed my commitment to come up with better and better content here on the blog. I hope I can live up to all of the nice things that people have said about me!

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  34. Hey Quandie !
    I’m also a silent reader of your blog for some months now. i even use some of this looong autumn evenings here in Denmark to read ” your story from the beginning”. Yes…here in Denmark …because I’m a Polish girl who live in Denmark …and the ONLY blog I follow is yours…in English !! My English in writing is a bit rusty but…thank you for blogging ! Keep going, keep photographing, keep inspiring, keep painting and keep telling your stories !
    I really enjoy your blog .

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    1. First of all Joanna, your command of English is very good! And how lucky you are to live in Denmark. I’ve only seen parts of it (Copenhagen, Helsingor and Aarhus), but what I saw was very lovely. I hope I can keep giving you some inspiration on those looong evenings!

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      1. Yes, I remember your trip to Denmark. By the way…this yellow treas you have seen in Copenhagen are “gulregn” – means “yellow rain” and it is very popular here. It’s from Laburnum family and it’s probably Golden chain in English.
        Yes, you inspire not only “in reading”- I have also done some old furniture rescue-actions before and I love things with history being reuse in a new way. I have learn a lot from you. Thank you!

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      2. That tree was stunning! I still remember it. I did do some research later and found that they are not quite hardy enough for our cold weather here in Minnesota. Bummer.

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  35. I read several blogs and I have to say that yours is one of my favorites! Since I live in Otsego MN, I feel I can relate to you and the places that you find the best stuff. Keep up the good work, love what you do. I loved the idea of using white acrylic paint on that mirror to bring out the details, might have to steal it…

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  36. You’re been successful in my mind since I discovered your blog. I don’t get the opportunity to read it daily but I quickly catch up during break, over a cup of coffee. Your make overs have inspired me to work that creative side of my brain. Now when I go to garage sales I covet the “junk” and think to myself, i can make something cool out of this. Thank you for sharing your ideas and blog with us.

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  37. I ready every post you write, I tell everyone you’re my favorite blogger. I’m not just saying that either. 😉 I also love that you’ve concluded you write for you. I’ve decided that about my FB page as well. I gave up worrying have about Likes and post when I feel like it. Happy anniversary!

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  38. Believe me — if you lived down here in north Texas, you would be selling many pieces to your readers! Your staging of your furniture pieces for photos cannot be beat by anyone! You have a beautiful blog in my opinion, & I subscribe to many! Thanks for the eye candy in every post.

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  39. I’m so thankful you were encouraged! I’m not one to write comments often, but I do love your blog. Every time I go through to organize my blog readings, I am always sure to keep yours. I love the creativity you have with furniture redos and it’s been fun to watch your relationship with you sister and niece as they’ve moved closer. Nothing like having a sister living nearby! I also love how your neighbor, Ken has been given so much range to use his amazing gifts and talents. Very fun read with lots of inspiring ideas – thank you!

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    1. There really is nothing like having a sister nearby. I am so thankful that she moved here. I still have to pinch myself sometimes because it seems so unbelievable after so many years living so far apart. Thanks for commenting Karen!

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  40. I love your blog. I consistently follow and occasionally comment. Just know I am inspired by your vision and creativity and your commitment to beautifying our world.

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  41. I love your site. When i see that I have another “q” I know that it will be of value. Thanks for your commitment and know you are appreciated in PA. Luz ya

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  42. Hi Miss Quandie, as I have shared in the past you are my favorite blogger. I love the furniture that you paint. You always pick the perfect color for the piece, Your pictures are wonderful. But I think even more than those things what really draws me in is the way you write, you are so down to earth and I feel like you are just having a conversation with a “friend”. And when I read your posts I feel like I am that friend., keep up the gpod work! And happy anniversary !

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  43. I’ve only commented a few times, but I want you to know I appreciate both the content of your blog and the voice in which you write. Yours is one of my favorites!

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  44. So, Linda, I was surprised to read that you are only 3 years old! Curious to figure exactly how long I have been following you I started scrolling backwards in your blog to find the beginning. On the way I was amazed at the sheer number of furniture pieces you have painted. There were so many I had forgotten about. It was rather like going through a file of magazine pages like I used to tear out and keep because “one day” I wanted to use them in my own home. So many great tips, colors, how-tos, decor ideas! Even though I have not loved everything you have done (a pickle green dresser, for sure) I have admired your taste, creativity, and daring to try new things. In the end, I recalled articles from about a week into your publishing. I was in a phase when I wanted not only to learn as much as possible about painting, but to accustom my eye to what style and colors would give me furniture with enduring beauty. I followed a great many furniture blogs back then and read a reference to you which prompted me to check you out. After all these years I only continue to follow you and two others. A big glass of bubbly to you (and your cast of supporters; Mr. Q, Ken, NNK and Debbie… ) on your success and endurance. I hope painting and blogging can continue to give you joy for many years to come!

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