Where no-one now is sleeping.
Hi Sarah,Thanks for your comment on my post. I've deleted the post for now, need to think if I am worried about it...Really enjoying your blog :)Gina xxx
Gina, I hope I didn't scare you. I loved your pictures and thought they were darling. And I, too, prefer to think of the world as a lovely, welcoming place. But the internet ... well it potentially allows people 'into' my life that would otherwise not have access. After seeing a huge bump in my hits from one post - from months ago - I ferreted out the reason for it - I used 'little', 'girls', and 'swimsuits' in a string in a sentence which brought out the creepies. It was a totally innocent picture, but I pulled it off and the hits went away. Didn't freak me out, but it made me even more aware than I already had been.I can't live in fear, but I have learned to use euphemisms or other literary tricks to beat the creepy's searches.I love having your blog in my reader. It makes me smile everytime a string of pictures from you comes up. Hope the new home is working out!
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