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More Than a Week Later...

I feel I must apologize for my small group of loyal readers. I'm sure you've checked your blog roll, your blog reader or Horizontal YoYo for an update from me and I haven't given you one - in over a week! This is no way to treat my readers and I'm so very sorry.

Life in the my world has been on the chaotic side. I've been meaning to schedule blog posts, but haven't gotten around to it. I know this is probably absolutely no consultation to y'all, but I think about you (as well as blog-worthy subjects) through out the week. I just never get to them.

I could promise to do better, but those that know me know that I'm fooling myself.

What I can promise is that when I do post, I will make them interesting and blog worthy - not just post something to say I've posted. (I really do have a lot of great ideas -- it's just getting them to the computer...that's the tricky part).

Quick update on me:

Work is going well. This week was rather hectic as MA was out for two days for a workshop. The sub was awesome and knows the kids well. But that didn't stop them from ... well, being themselves. Friday was definitely a chocolate-worthy day...and I partook in some. Oh yes. I did.

Church is going equally well. Most weeks, I wish that I could bring my laptop to church and immediately post on whatever it is I'm thinking about. It's good stuff. Unfortunately, I lose it by the time I get home, get lunch, and spend time with The Man Beast and Kiddos. Maybe I should take two notebooks to church - one for sermon notes and one for blog notes? On second thought...maybe not.

Weight loss is going well. I've had some set backs (most notably last week where I gained two pounds...Golden Corral is the culprit - there is no getting around high calories, fat-laden food down here in the south) I'm doing much better this week. I've lost all the week I gained plus some (maybe it was water weight?)

I've been checking in with my blog roll - keeping up on all my blog peeps. If you coupon, be sure to check out Keeping the Kingdom's coupon preview for tomorrow's paper. There four inserts this week!

Until next time...

Comments

  1. I just wrote a comment and lost it. lol. Go me!

    I just wanted to say hi and thanks for the comments on my blog, they mean a lot to me.

    Good Luck with your weight loss. I know how hard it is.

    Love ya!

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  2. I've missed you!! I know you have been busy, hence why I haven't bothered you. lol

    BLESSINGS dear friend.

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  3. Thanks, ladies...I'm always hovering near by...LOL

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  4. No need to apologize! Life gets busy at times (always). I've been struggling with coming up with blog posts myself...

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