About

KerrieMore

 

 


Kerrie More is a school librarian and freelance writer from northwest Montana.  She struggles with too many creative interests as well as a stack of books she will never finish.  Writing articles for creative publications satisfies her compulsions for both researching and storytelling. When she’s not working on her next project, you can find her exploring nature through the lens of her camera.


 

 

 

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  1. Hi Kerrie ~ thank you so much for leaving such a lovely comment on my blog! I was just looking through your blog some more, and yes – we are definitely kindred spirits! We have so much in common and share a love of the same decor, books, etc. However, like Emily posted above, I can’t comment on your individual posts on your blog. I looked at the beginning and end of several of your posts and there’s not a comment link. ???

  2. Hello Kerrie, I am wondering if you can help me, it is an odd request though. I am wanting to find the Christmas Home Companion issue that features a yo-yo trimmed Christmas Stocking (white) and the directions on how to make them. It was just a page or two, probably a front and back. I was preparing to make them, when my magazine went missing, I suspect my husband but he is not confessing to the mishap. I cannot remember the year or what was on the front, so that I can find it on E-Bay or Amazon. I saw your post about having the entire collection and decided to take a chance. Thank you for any assistance you may supply. Sincerely, Cheryl

  3. Cheryl, I have been neglecting my blog terribly! I just logged on for the first time in weeks and I saw your message. Were you able to find the issue you were seeking? I am going to go downstairs and look through my holiday issues, and I can happily scan and send you the page(s) you need. However, I’m suspecting you wanted the instructions BEFORE Christmas! I look forward to hearing from you. Email me at kerriemore@gmail.com

  4. Hi Kerrie, everything worked out fine, I was able to find what I needed. No worries, thanks for getting back in contact 🙂 as you can see, I don’t check my notes much either, even when I have made an enquiry. Cheryl

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