Thank You All!

 

Corona Arch, Moab, Utah

Corona Arch, Moab, Utah

V, Brigitte, LouAnn
Jen, Janet, Carrie, Mary
Susan, Amy, Russ

Mimi, Audra, Dawn
Amy, Mary, Elyse, Lee
Shimon, Gina, Frank

 

I’m so grateful to everyone who took the time to visit, like and comment. These were the ones who came most often, and each name is a link to their wonderful blog (bless you!) It has been a blast, and I have so enjoyed our time together. And now back to our regularly scheduled programming.

Cathy

47 comments on “Thank You All!

  1. Elyse says:

    Congratulations! You did it!

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  2. Awww, you are such a sweet heart. I come for the beauty and talent you share. I stay for the friendship I’ve found. xo Thanks Cathy!

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  3. mimijk says:

    COngratulations!!! You did it!

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  4. seabluelee says:

    What an amazing and surprising way to wrap up your month of haiku! I’ve enjoyed following your poetic journey. Thanks for the “thanks”! It was definitely my pleasure.

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  5. love it and enjoyed your 30 days–I only made it to day 23–so I am proud of you Cathy–and thank you!

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  6. Carrie Rubin says:

    Thank you, Cathy! Very sweet of you. I always enjoy stopping by. Your photos are lovely and your words a treat. :)

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  7. aFrankAngle says:

    Congrats … and to be listed, as well as listed with some friends, is an honor.

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  8. Brigitte says:

    Cathy, it’s always a feast for the eyes and soul when I visit here so thank you! And thanks for the mention. Congrats on your commitment, that is indeed a feat. It feels very good to set out to do something and then do it, doesn’t it? It’s like keeping a promise to yourself which is another grand thing for the soul. ;)

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    • Cathy Ulrich says:

      Dear Brigitte,
      I always so enjoy your posts and your thoughtful comments here. So thank you for your frequent visits and kind and generous support. You’re right. It really feels go to set out to do something and then follow through. It was a fun challenge made even moreso with the support from all of you. Thank you, my friend!

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  9. russtowne says:

    What a classy way to celebrate your feat, my friend! Thank you and congratulations!
    Russ

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  10. Amy Reese says:

    Thanks for the mention, Cathy! It’s always such a pleasure to read your poetry and see your gorgeous photos You take me to new, breathtaking places. Congrats on completing the challenge. You seemed to do it with ease! Well done!

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  11. Is it over already?
    I’m sorry it’s done
    But kudos to you
    Your haikus were such fun! :)

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  12. You’re absolutely welcome! I love your photography, and what a wonderful way to enhance it: with poetry. Great arch shot! I need to get back to that part of the country to take more photos.

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  13. When you announced you were going to post every day this month the musical cue over by me was the downbeat. I just find bloggers who blog daily overwhelming. But quickly I realized that this was going to be a lot of fun. I even looked forward to what you’d post next. Your pictures are consistently stunning – that arch is a wonderful curve. The only thing missing is Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner. Also, your verse was concise and creative. Job super well done Cathy! I’m very happy to be a member of the Large Self pack.

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    • Cathy Ulrich says:

      I know, you could see Wile taking a fall over that arch, right? Incidentally, Corona Arch is on Bureau of Land Management land and dare devils bungee jump off of it. If one looks extra close at this photo, one can see a little rope dangling a slight way from the bottom of the arch. And that little bump on the top? A person sitting there. So the scale of this particular arch is quite large.

      I really do appreciate your support and great comments during the challenge, V. I am aware that you’re none to thrilled with bloggers who post daily so I’m glad to be forgiven! And I’m glad you enjoyed.

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  14. Amy says:

    Congratulations! Glorious arch! Thank you for sharing your haikus :)

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  15. Very clever and congrats on making it through the month. :-) Love that photo and love that part of the US.

    janet

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  16. marydpierce says:

    Thank you, Cathy! And well done, you! I’ve enjoyed a month of haiku with your always beautiful photos. I’ve also learned about some stunning places to visit one day, thanks to you. Top of the list: Moab and Taos!

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  17. bikerchick57 says:

    Thanks for linking to my blog, Cathy, and you are most certainly welcome! Good job on the month’s worth of poetry, I enjoyed every single day coming to read. You deserve a rest (dinner out and wine?) before you get back to the regular programming.

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  18. unfetteredbs says:

    No need to thank me… youre a great place to visit. A feast for my eyes and spirit. Thank YOU Cathy :)

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  19. Bless your kind heart Cathy! And congratulations on a terrific feat. What a wonderful and generous way to conclude this wonderful month of Haiku and photography. Love this choice to accompany as well, like a bridge symbolizing friendship. You are loved my friend, and I am beyond honored to be included here. Big hugs of gratitude! xo Gina

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    • Cathy Ulrich says:

      Thanks so much, Gina! It has been a fun month and I had been thinking of a way to honor and recognize everyone who supported me along the way. It’s so much of what I love about blogging! Hugs to you, dear friend. And now to go plant my snap peas and kale in the garden!

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