I am trying to reply to this email so I can post to all of my blog friends. These are folks who made HGTV great.
Eugenia, it is so wonderful to see you, Yes I am thrilled. I wonder what happened to the blogs. I miss every single person there, as it was a community, and as
Alice Sonneys Mom described it, it was just like hanging out at the malt shop. We were, and are friends. I think I will go on FB and figure out how to set up a blog account associated with the HGTV group. I can send a work phone number possibly to you, although I don't see a way to private message. Tell Beehivestate, I send my Love. I think that Lessie still has my phone. We spoke a couple of times.
Cooper, I have finally found a snippet of the former blog. I was so excited to see you blogging for HGTV-they couldn't have found a more interesting, well rounded, traveled, researching person anywhere. Your posts allowed us to see the genuine you-always with style and grace, respectful of everyone on the blog, and offered your generous wit, and charm with all of your comments, Your pup became a signature character, and looked forward to hearing your posts about him. I hope he is doing well. Your research lured all of us, to the next best day with HGTV, and I know so many folks, myself included, that began learning about new areas of the country thanks to you. The blog was a very important part of HGTV, and am thankful for the years that all of us were part of an active community. Thank you DB Coop, if I didn't tell you a few years ago, I would like to express myself now. You continue to brighten my world, with a new found love, of finding just the right home some place in this great country.
Ali, Alice's Restaurant. It was so good to see you, and thanks for sending a greeting from Sonney. I heard from Lessie, and she might come in to Vegas with her husband some time. Is this the way, we communicate now, on the old blogs, or is there a new fresh look? Is the Coop still blogging for HGTV with his amazing style and grace?
bee, this is Janzee, it has been a couple of years since I have been on the HGTV blogs. I have thought about you so often, and your strength and character, your love of research, patience and bee utiful view of life. Right now, I am in no mans land. I cant get to new posts, or new blogs, and so I went back to some of my friends, and have been reading your extra ordinary.posts. Bless you Bee, and if I didn't tell you one hundred times, let me tell you that everything you did for our blog, and for the connection to HGTV, made this neighborhood a great place to bee. Are you still in Midway
Hello Dolly, I don't know how your comment came through, but I was so happy to hear from you. Yes all of us bloggers, miss our communication with each other, and our endless support for HGTV. Let me know when you guys are coming to town. It is unbelievably hot here now, so think about when it gets cooler. Thank you for the invite to DC. My husband was from that area. I wrote to HGTV support to ask how to access the blogs.
CplusE, are the blogs still up, I am trying to find a way to get back to our old blogs.
Lessie, its Janzee, does HGTV still have our blogs available. I still live in Vegas, and travel frequently to LA.
DBCoop, ,I am trying to find a way back to the blogs, and thank goodness I was able to find one of your gems. Are the blogs still active
Hi Ut4evr, I am one of the oldies, but the goodies. I remember you. Many years ago, I was told about the HGTV site. My design sense was very basic. I was fascinated by friends and folks with a design and color sense and what could be done artistically in a small living space. My course of study was art and theater, but felt out of the loop when it came to redesigning a home. So HGTV has offered an electric charge for me. Its a vicarious thrill to watch all of the homes from start to finish, and then somebody gets that home and that's where the fun comes in. But the best treasure of all, has been the wonderful, really incredible peeps on this site. Each of us has a story to tell and information sharing and research is over the top. Its a good group. Everyone has a unique reason for coming to visit.