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Anybody home?

Yes, I know, I have not been much of a blogger. First I was away, but then I came back, but I was still on vacation and kind of busy. Then it was time to return to work, and that pulled me. Also, I wanted to spend time doing things like reading, sleeping and actual (gasp!) exercise.

Plus, I feel like I have nothing to say! Which is very sad, as I read an amazing and provocative book when I was on retreat, and I have written most of my review of said book… but not finished it. I have several interview questions for the author of the book, but I have not really focused to get back on track.

We have some BIG things going on here with the fam, so that pulls me away. Nothing bad, just some things that pull at us, both physically and emotionally. We will be away this weekend as a result of this, so more non-writing time it seems.

*sigh*

I will be back – patience, please!

My gratitude!

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2 Responses

  1. I wish you a lovely weekend and will be here when you return 🙂

  2. Take your time, dearest. It’s so easy to fall into that life-gets-in-the-way trap, when life is the way. We’ll be here when you return.

    Much love,
    Tim

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