pulling for spring

here we go! post #200. i almost thought that i'd miss it, like i sorta-kinda missed my blog's 1-year birthday, and then had to hold the belated giveaway. but not for my 200th post.

for all you bloggers out there - remember that first seemingly giant step? that first-ever post? it feels kind of like you need something that's gonna set the tone for the whole blog, but little do you notice that it often takes on a life of it's own, growing and developing as you go. it's pretty sweet, the way things all end up working out in the end.

i've been in an introspective mood lately, what with my recent one-year blogiversary and this 200th post. i've been analyzing where i'd like to see wunderbug go in the next year. taking into consideration several of my ideas, along with the fact that i love getting feedback, i'm putting it out to you guys: what would you like to see more of? weekly features? more artist interviews? recipes? quotes and poems? how-to's and tutorials?

if there's something that i've done in the past that you'd like to see again, then please please let me know! (on the flip side, if there's something that i've never done but you think would be cool for me to include, then by all means, i'm open to suggestion!) now that i feel that i'm past those 'beginning' stages of blogging, i'm ready to try out + develop new things. help steer me in the right direction!

this weekend: i'm getting a little stir crazy for some greenery. bloggers in those warmer climates have begun to post pictures of things coming back into bloom... while, unfortunately, we're facing yet another super-cold weekend up here in canada. i'm going to combat it by planning my 2009 veggie garden... and looking into the indoor growing process to get the wheels in motion.

photos, clockwise from top left: martha's veggie garden, tea-tin vases via jenaD,
lily via unruly things
and a gorgeous windowsill greenhouse.
below: another tea tin vase from jenaD


Massacremike said...

Don't pull too hard and pull those flowers right out of the pot before they're barely even growed up!

Jennifer Jeffrey said...

Congratulations on Post #200! That is quite an accomplishment...

I'll put in a vote for more artist interviews - love those! - but everything you do is great.

Here's to 200 more!

Design Lovely said...

Congrats on your 200th post. I totally missed my 100th post so I know how you feel. I love your posts, your writing is nice and I love when you feature your work and other artists. Have a great weekend!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your 200th post!
I love your blog, it's full of inspiration. I always love seeing how-to's, so more of those in the upcoming months would be fantastic.

Thanks for the link back! I hope you are having a great weekend.

picciolo said...

hey congratulations on 200 posts! I think just keep doing what you are doing, I really enjoy your blog
: )

Winklepots said...

Love the look of your blog. Very nice. :o) Beautiful photos too.
I'm with you; I can't wait for the spring greenery, but it's still too cold here. Hurry up Spring! :o)

Anonymous said...

Sorry it's so cold - I've been in 80 degree weather every day for the last two weeks! If it makes you feel any better, I'm kind of craving some cold.

Julia said...

What a beautiful post :) I love those images! I love your posts where you let us know what you're up to creatively :)



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