Wednesday, April 22, 2009

100,000 Blog Visitors!

'The Most Delicious Cake Ever' 8x10 pastel
It has taken almost four years of blogging but I have reached a milestone today....100,000 visitors! I don't usually watch numbers like that but when I saw I was getting close I thought it would be fun to celebrate! So have a piece of cake on me! This is one of my favorite paintings and I thought it would be fun to share again today! Thank you so much to all my regular visitors and new ones too. You are appreciated!

9 comments:

Jo Castillo said...

Congratulations! You do wonderful work and it is a pleasure to visit here and have a look.

Kerri Settle said...

Congratulations Karen! Your peaceful paintings are always a bright spot in my day.

Susannah said...

Congratulations! But the thanks goes to YOU Karen. I can't tell you how much your blog means to me. It is a little moment of beauty every day no matter what is going on in my world and I appreciate so much that you share your art with us.

Cynthia said...

Congratulations....I got all excited when I saw the cake I thought at first you were "giving
it away" in celebration...just wishful thinking on my part of course......excuse me while I make a quick run to the local bakery.

Karen said...

Thak you so much for making my blog a part of your day!!!

Carol Nelson said...

Congrats. I always enjoy your lovely work.

sanchitha vishwanath said...

Congrats!!!!!!!!!!! i cant wait to see your posts everyday. your paintings are a great inspiration to me. the moment i see y'r paintings i feel like taking my pastels & start painting. But as i have a 5 yr old son i cant paint whenever i can. But definitely a great inspiration. i would like to know more bout y'r under painting & how? i live in Massachusetts. Do u have any workshops around here. i would love to attend if u have any. Thank u again for sharing y'u work with us.

Karen said...

Thank you Carol!!!

Karen said...

Sanchitha,
Thank you so much for your kind words! I am happy that you are enjoying my paintings. Right now I only do mini workshops here in Georgia. I'd love to travel and teach someday!