I think I love you

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Have I properly conveyed to you how excited and nervous I am to have so many new readers this month? Honestly, I never thought anyone other than my mom and ginny branch stelling would read an apple a day. I am so honored (and happily surprised!) to have you here. Both new and old readers alike.

(tomorrow back to our regularly scheduled programming.)

54 comments:

  1. i'm happy to be a follower!! thanks for giving me a daily dose of happiness. :)

    brian
    (from the popcorn day blog)

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  2. (and thanks for posting on my blog. you made my day.)

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  3. No problem. >w<
    And thank you, Miss Apple.
    Your comments on my blog always make me feel so happy. : )

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  4. I enjoy your blog. Still waiting to hear about your plans for the hankie!

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  5. I love those yarns in that photo :)

    Holly x

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  6. I'm not into random stranger's blogs really, but i checked yours out and found something so compelling about the images and the thoughts to go along with them. kudos to you

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  7. I love your blog! it's near the top of my google reader and it's a great way to start my blog-reading :)

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  8. I enjoy your photos and your happy posts.

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  9. Hey, bask in it... there's a reason for this happening to you...

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  10. Your photographs are awesome! Congrats on your site's popularity.

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  11. No, thank you for giving me great little bits of inspiration without having to do my own scavenging!

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  12. I enjoy your blog. I'm from NY so this is such a treat to read your posts!

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  13. We all have a purpose or two in life, this is one of yours, An Apple a Day, to brighten days and influence lives. I am sure you are the apple of your mother's eye. (wink, wink)

    TJ

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  14. I'm a big fan of your blog.
    I'm currently living in WA, but going back to my country next week. (I'm a Japanese.)
    I'll follow your blog from out there!

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  15. ...Oh so happy to be here! :o)

    ...Visiting here is like seeing your photos of Elmwood, don't wanna leave...

    ...Blessings... :o)

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  16. I am recently new to blogging and since have started two of my own blogs. Having been a graphic designer and commercial photographer for some time, I have recommended your site to an number of friends because of your sites clean design and and beautiful photography.

    Your sites simplicity and readability is a credit to you and I wish you all the very best.

    Sincerely yours
    Egmont

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  17. You're personality and blog are both so awesome, I couldn't help but press the "follow" button.

    I just wish I could of followed you sooner!!

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  18. Your beautiful photography and love of the past caught my attention! Keep up the awesome blogs!

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  19. I recently started reading your blog, and I absolutely love it.

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  20. On that note, I love bakers' twine too.

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  21. oh gosh, not as much as i love me some forest bound!

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  22. Just keep doing what you've been doing. I love your blog because it's different.

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  23. I'm a new reader. I love your blog so much.It's my secret world where I go to find something beautiful, inspiring or just smile :)
    Anca

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  24. Love your blog!


    http://stoleninspiration.blogspot.com/

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  25. Really enjoy the blog. Would love if you would be willing to share your input on mine. I'm working on a community art/cultural project and trying to get some feedback!

    www.dimensionsoflove.blogspot.com

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  26. Love your blog. I have one but I don't use it so much. I'm not really sure that I will ever be much of a blogger. Got nothing to say! :D

    Congrats on all your new-found fans (I'm one!)

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  27. you're so sweet! love that twine.

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  28. Love, love, love it all - the pics, the words...makes me happy just to share a little of your happy world!

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  29. Those yarns make my fingers itch to knit and crochet again!

    I'm happy to be a new fan, but remember that people become fans because they like what they see/read, not just because someone else recommended your site. You earned it and deserve it!

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  30. I am a new google reader and so happy I found your blog. I absolutely love it. I enjoy your pictures and happy posts. I think love you too!

    Following you from up north, Montreal.

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  31. Gosh, I think the feeling's mutual!

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  32. I like to start my day at work by visiting "An Apple" most mornings... that.. and an online version of Tao te Ching... its my little morning bootup ritual before the grind ... thanks for the gratitude and insight...

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  33. oh gosh. my blog and Tao te Ching? i need to step it up!

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  34. ditto what all the others have said - the blog is beautiful, the writing is great, and reading/viewing it just makes me happy. Thanks for sharing!

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  35. I'm excited for the next post :)
    I've only recently found you blog and im already inspired to start my very own!

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  36. we know we love you emerson!
    please just keep doing what you're doing ... talking to us in a way that only you can ... obviously from your loving heart!
    muwah,
    prairiegirl

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  37. Look at all of these people you now bring happiness to! Very cool. I'm one of them. Love old things, love your pictures. It's like briefly visiting a different world each day. You inspire my blogging as well.

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  38. I enjoy your Blog and it's the only one that has interested me so far!! Keep it up!

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  39. I'm so happy to have found you!

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  40. your kitchen is what sealed the deal for me! ... wish i could fins some of that awesome kitchen twine. keep up the good work, kid~! ;)

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  41. You are amazing and your posts are very inspirational! The twine reminds me of some beautiful mint green twine I had in my favorites on etsy. Some one ended up buying it. It would have been perfect for tying brown paper packages.

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  42. Hi Amy,
    You must not wondering anymore about the enormous number of comments at the same day.
    I think you did-besides your beautiful photos- a very good promotion and community helped.
    It's simple I think
    Warm regards

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  43. yay! good for you! your blog is so lovely. also, i LOVED the topiary you did for design sponge - gorgeous!!!!

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  44. Well, im not one to jump on the bandwagon, but your posts i could not pass up! Ive been reading your posts since you got the Note of Blog! I love the way you write, and all the things you fancy! Im from san diego, and simplicity and natural beauty is hard to find around here. Thank you for allowing us to escape and share a piece of your life! Bless you:-)...And by looking at the many comments youve already gotten, it seems you are VERY blessed!

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  45. There's nothing like a little string theory. Nice.

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  46. I truly love reading your blog! its nice to here from a kindred heart at the end of a rough day.

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  47. I heart this red apple too.

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  48. it is a rare thing to read and see such lovely, refreshing thoughts and to be so inspired after every read. thank you all the way from France!

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