Wednesday, January 27, 2016

M.I.A.


You may have noticed that I've been M.I.A. the past two weeks. Fortunately, I'm okay, but my blogging schedule isn't. I've been so busy reading, revising, coordinating a Mingle, and managing the tyranny of the urgency of life, I haven't had (or made) the time to shoot out a blog post or two. Not that it's not always in the back of  my mind, it is. I just can't seem to make/find the time to commit to it as I have in the past. I think it might have to do with having two non-driving, but heavily committed to extracurricular activities teens in the house. With that said, I've come to a conclusion... I can't be here every week. 

Unlike so many who have gone before me, I am not giving up blogging completely, but I won't be here weekly as I have in the past. I will be here as often as I can and especially when I see something that strikes my fancy as a must share, but other than that, I'll just have to see you around the blogosphere. I hope you understand and continue to stop by when I'm here, but if you don't or can't, Thank You for sticking with me all this time. I look forward to keeping in touch and hope we can still be friends since...


Until next time because...


Are you still blogging with the same speed, passion, and ferocity as you always have? What's your secret?

6 comments:

Crystal Collier said...

I completely get that. I'm juggling 4 kids, one of whom recently started college and one of which is an infant. (And we home school.) Life is more important than blogging.

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

Some days blogging seems like work and other times it is fun. I understand how you have to prioritize. I don't feel guilty anymore when I skip one of my regular days. We'll see you when we see you, as they say in PA.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

No worries! If we don't hear from you, we'll know you're just playing Taxi Mom.

Julie Flanders said...

I can understand. I barely blogged at all for the past 6 or 8 months and just now felt like getting back to it. I hope I can make a go of it again. See you whenever you are able to be around!

Marianne Kearns said...

To help U.S. find our Way...

"This finite existence is only a test, son," God Almighty sed to me in my coma. "Beyond thy earthly tempest is where you'll find corpulent eloquence" (paraphrased). Lemme tella youse without d'New Joisey accent...

I actually saw Seventh-Heaven when we died: you couldn't GET any moe curly, 3stooges, extravagantly-surplus-lush Upstairs when my beautifull, brilliant, bombastic girl passed-away at 17.

Find-out where we went on our journey far, far away like the symbiotically, synonyMOUSEs which creep across thy brain bringing U.S. together done in FOUR, sardonic satires.

"Those who are wise will shine as brightly as the expanse of the Heavens, and those who have instructed many in uprightousness as bright as stars for all eternity" -Daniel 12:3

Here's also what the prolific, exquisite GODy sed: 'the more you shall honor Me, the more I shall bless you' -the Infant Jesus of Prague.

Go git'm, girl. You're incredible.
See you Upstairs...
I won't be joining'm in the nasty Abyss where Isis prowls
eklektikmantra.blogspot.com

-YOUTHwitheTRUTH
-------------------------------
PS Need some uncommon, unique, uncivilized names? Lemme gonna gitcha started:

Oak Woods, Franky Sparks, Athena Noble, Autumn Rose, Faith Bishop, Dolly Martin, Willow Rhodes, Cocoa Major, China Stone, Bullwark Burnhart, Magnus Wilde, Kardiak Arrest, Will Wright, Goldy Silvers, Penelope Summers, Sophie Sharp, Violet Snow, Lizzy Roach, BoxxaRoxx, Aunty Dotey, Romero Stark, Zacharia Neptoon, Mercurio Morrissey, Fritz & Felix Franz, Victor Payne, Isabella Silverstein, Mercedes Kennedy, Redding Rust, Phoenix Woolsy, Sauer Wolf, Yankee Cooky...

God blessa youse
-Fr. Sarducci, ol SNL

Marianne Kearns said...

To help U.S. find our Way...

"This finite existence is only a test, son," God Almighty sed to me in my coma. "Beyond thy earthly tempest is where you'll find corpulent eloquence" (paraphrased). Lemme tella youse without d'New Joisey accent...

I actually saw Seventh-Heaven when we died: you couldn't GET any moe curly, 3stooges, extravagantly-surplus-lush Upstairs when my beautifull, brilliant, bombastic girl passed-away at 17.

Find-out where we went on our journey far, far away like the symbiotically, synonyMOUSEs which creep across thy brain bringing U.S. together done in FOUR, sardonic satires.

"Those who are wise will shine as brightly as the expanse of the Heavens, and those who have instructed many in uprightousness as bright as stars for all eternity" -Daniel 12:3

Here's also what the prolific, exquisite GODy sed: 'the more you shall honor Me, the more I shall bless you' -the Infant Jesus of Prague.

Go git'm, girl. You're incredible.
See you Upstairs...
I won't be joining'm in the nasty Abyss where Isis prowls
eklektikmantra.blogspot.com

-YOUTHwitheTRUTH
-------------------------------
PS Need some uncommon, unique, uncivilized names? Lemme gonna gitcha started:

Oak Woods, Franky Sparks, Athena Noble, Autumn Rose, Faith Bishop, Dolly Martin, Willow Rhodes, Cocoa Major, China Stone, Bullwark Burnhart, Magnus Wilde, Kardiak Arrest, Will Wright, Goldy Silvers, Penelope Summers, Sophie Sharp, Violet Snow, Lizzy Roach, BoxxaRoxx, Aunty Dotey, Romero Stark, Zacharia Neptoon, Mercurio Morrissey, Fritz & Felix Franz, Victor Payne, Isabella Silverstein, Mercedes Kennedy, Redding Rust, Phoenix Woolsy, Sauer Wolf, Yankee Cooky...

God blessa youse
-Fr. Sarducci, ol SNL

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