Friday, January 29, 2010

A Season of Bloglessness?

It’s raining this morning, and in addition to the loving behavior of my younger cat Hooboo making bread on my shoulder before settling down on top of me to await my arousal, I woke to thinking about blogging. It’s been more than a month since I wrote anything and I apologize to all of you who’ve been checking in from time to time.

I titled this the “Season of Bloglessness” because I’m not the only one who hasn’t been blogging lately. My friend Susan just posted after an absence of over two weeks and my good friend Sandi has been absent from blog land for almost as long. I’ll let you read Susan’s blog to find out what she’s been up to.

Sandi on the other hand is very busy with a no longer empty nest. Her son Wallace has moved back in. I’ll let Sandi tell you the story but you need to know that her life is doing all kinds of adjusting right now, so if you read her blog please take the time to drop by and give her support. I know she means to get back to blogging sometime soon but her computer is in what is now Wallace’s bedroom.

My job is going well. I love what I’m doing and the people I’m working with. Thank you for being so faithful. I’ll try to write again soon with pictures of the Christmas Poinsettias I was gifted with. Blessings for now.


Fletch said...

It happens to all of us from time to time. Personally, I don't allow the blog to dictate what I do with it. When I am ready, I post, and I'm sure you feel the same.

But welcome back, nevertheless ...

Sandi McBride said...

I'm back...but won't be telling the story...its not mine to tell...but we really need to keep on posting, so thanks for the kick in the buns lol!

Lee said...

To blog when I'm ready is the way it is turning out, Terry. But considering how much I get back from the experience I think I long to do it more often, things just seem to get in the way.

Thanks for the welcome!


Lee said...

LOL Sandi you are most welcome! I understanding about stories that need to be coordinated with those involved. Been there and done that myself.

So glad you're back again!


murat11 said...

Lee: Maybe a "Season of Blogginglessness." Even without the posts, the blog lives on. Glad work is going well for you.

Lee said...

LOL Thank you Paschal! Love the morph on bloglessness. Blogginglessness does seem to have happened among some of us.