I miss you Sam!!

I miss you Sam!!
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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Getting Ready for "Our World"!

So many of you  have expressed your desire to see Klaus Peter's blog, That's My World continue, not only because it is a wonderful way to share our world with people all over the world, it is another way to remember Klaus and to honor his memory. As a result, Sandy and I have decided to continue the blog under the name Our World. It will take a little time to get it up and running, but I hope you will be patient with us as we put the pieces together. The website for the new blog will be: http://ourworldtuesdaymeme.blogspot.com/Sandy's address is:sandycarlson.net  and mine is:
Feel free to leave comments/suggestions and/or contact us! We are both so looking forward to seeing and sharing more photos of our wonderful worlds with each of you!!
Sylvia
 

27 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

really beautiful, sylvia. and great that you're continuing your friend's meme...

missing moments said...

Sylvia, how great you will be continuing what he has so wonderfully created! Thank you!

Mama Zen said...

That's wonderful, Sylvia!

SandyCarlson said...

A gorgeous collage! You are the best.

alicesg said...

Great. Looking forward to it.

Sridharan said...

Wow..! Great idea..Looking forward to it..!

Arti said...

Wonderful collage as always... Thrils the heart!
All the best for your new venture.
Have a fabulous week ahead Sylvia:)

christopher said...

Beautiful idea and very touching.

George said...

Hooray for Sandy and you!

Grayquill said...

Nice!

Tina said...

I´m glad, you decided like this :)
I will be waiting for it. I don´t know Klaus, because I´m only since 5 month in the blogger-world, but I think he would like your idea!!! xo Tina

Jo said...

Oh thank goodness, Sylvia and Sandy! I read the notice on Tuesday, was away from my comp until this morning but all the while thought about the many friends I've made on this meme and how would I keep up now? Thanks again. Bless you both. Look forward to sharing my world out there. Jo

Dianne said...

Oh! What a beautiful world Sylvia!

Arija said...

I am so very glad you have both decided to take this upon yourselves. It was such a great idea of Klaus' and a most fitting tribute to him to continue it with this slight variation. Thank you Sylvia, Klaus was a special person and this is a great way to remember him.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Thank You Sylvia for you and Sandy continuing with the concept.

JM said...

Both this and the previous mosaic are beautiful, Sylvia.

Carver said...

Your collage of pictures from your world are so beautiful. Thanks to you and Sandy for continuing this wonderful theme. I think it is a great memorial to Klaus.

Gattina said...

Very happy about that ! I love to see the world through my screen !

Photo Cache said...

thank you for hosting. i think it's a way of honoring Klaus and his legacy to the blogworld.

ewok.

Stewart M said...

Hi there - splendid news! Spending positive thoughts and such like from Australia!

Stewart M

Kathiesbirds said...

So glad to hear this! And these shots from your world are simply gorgeous!

Cildemer said...

Gorgeous collage! Thanks for sharing your marvellous world with us, Sylvia:o)

ladyfi said...

I'm so very very happy to hear this! What a lovely way for us all to remain friends while remembering Klaus.

Please let me know if I can help in any way.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very nice scenes and your photos, too.

Regards!

Spiderdama said...

Beautiful words Sylvia and great that you`re continuing your friend`s meme. It`s so much beauty around the world to share.
Hope you have a happy weekend and that you are safe when the storm hit US.
Hugs from Tania

Gypsy Lala said...

Dear Sylvia, great to hear that three of you will continue the Meme, thanks.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Thank you so very much for doing this. I think it will be a great honor for Klaus and I am grateful to him and to you guys for all the work and dedication in continuing it.

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