In the spring of 2010 a friend shared a link with me to a cottage style decorating blog. Her blog is adorable and I love her style, but it isn’t me. I noticed on her sidebar that she followed other cottage style blogs and I checked out a few. Then I thought… if there are blogs for people who like the cottage style then maybe there are blogs for those who like primitive style. So…I googled “primitive style decorating blogs” and found a plethora of choices – among them was My Colonial Home. Since I knew nothing about blogging, I just browsed around - a lot! I had no idea how to leave comments, much less start a blog of my own. I noticed on a few sidebars some links to forums and I decided to check one out, only to find that I had to register. As I started to register I learned that I had to have a username. I tried a couple and they were already taken, then Primsue popped into my head and it was available, so that became my username. After visiting blogs and forums for a few months I decided to give blogging a try. I contacted Karen (My Colonial Home) and asked questions about blogging and she so graciously took the time to give me some pointers.
So, in September 2010 – wow, two years ago – I took the plunge into Blogland. Of course one of the first things you have to do is come up with a name. Since I had used Primsue on the forum I decided to stick with it. Then I thought about what is dear to my heart – my love for God and my family; and what I enjoy - caring for and decorating our home. So I put all of these thoughts together and Primsue’s Heart and Home was born.
I have met so many wonderful people and have enjoyed getting to know each of you through blogging. Thank you to my dear followers who have stuck with me, even when I haven’t been as active as I would like. You are all amazing!
Be sure to check out Karen’s blog. You will be so glad you did.
A BIT OF FALL
I didn’t do much decorating for Fall this year. I just added a few pumpkins or a bit of foliage to my regular décor.
The following pictures are of a few things I did differently this year.
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