Back in the Saddle Again (I Hope)

By , August 22, 2008 9:09 am

After a long and complicated summer full of travel and adventures, school will begin again on Monday (hooray!!!).

Thanks to a little two week baby sitting coop that some friends and I did, I had some time this week without bored children around (as in NO children, ZERO children, NOT ONE CHILD!!!). I spent my time doing some badly needed decluttering of my house and now I feel that I have a fresh lease on life. Funny how something as simple as a few peaceful, child-free days and a bit of organization can lift the spirits so magically!

My next project will be to tackle the electronic clutter. My inbox currently contains 387 messages. A summer’s worth of undealt with email. I feel that I have been ignoring the blog for the last few months and I hope to be a bit more actively involved.

I have not replied to comments in a long, long time (I usually try to email a response) and for that, I apologize profusely. I appreciate each and every comment that is left, even if I don’t manage to answer. I hope to get back on track with that too so people know that there really is a live human being behind this blog!

I hope you all had super summers and can greet the fall with positive energy and joy.

(1743 Painting by James Seymour – Thomas Gage, First Viscount Gage and his horse. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

2 Responses to “Back in the Saddle Again (I Hope)”

  1. Baba says:

    Glad you enjoyed your time alone and got some things done. Are replys really necessary? I never thought so. Please someone let me know. Good luck with the email chore. Hehe.

    Babas last blog post..WOW addiction!

  2. The Mommy says:

    My older kiddos started school this week, but I miss them already! I’m not sure that I’m full of joy and energy for the fall myself. With the changing season my life is filled with blessings to be sure, but also a lot of hard work and much needed patience! It’s a busy time for us.

    I’m glad to have you back, and am looking forward to more to read from your blog that I’ve come to enjoy even without your regular presence. I can’t wait to learn more about you!

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