I know I’ve already been somewhat spotty with the blog posts for the last while, and now I’m here with more bad news. I’m going to be away for the next while, often without easy internet access, and so there will be few posts for the next bit. I do plan to try and pop on with posts from Tomas when I can, and perhaps I’ll have some other things I just have to say. Who knows? But the kids are out of school as of today, and so we’re transitioning into vacation mode. I hope you’re going to have
Busy Cop Out
If you’re a regular reader of the blog, you’ll note that things have been a bit sparse on here the last week. I really had intended to be blogging regularly again when I was back from my vacation, and I started off well, but the past while, I’ve had some personal issues I’ve been dealing with that have been taking the bulk of my attention and will to blog. I’m fine, and Denisa and the kids are all fine, but I’m down in PA for the next while, and I don’t really feel comfortable saying why. Sorry to vaguepost, but
I hate to do this, because I really do enjoy the blog, but I’ve got a few things going on in my personal life at the moment that are stretching me quite thin. For the sake of my mental health, I’m going to step away from the blog for the next bit. I hope to be back to blogging soon, but hopefully you can get by without me for the next bit. (I’ve already skipped Monday and Tuesday this week, so maybe you’re already a bit used to it . . .)
Wait a minute. Strike that. Reverse it. Thank you. I’m really starting to stress at everything that needs to happen in the next month or so. Stressing to the point that I’m making multiple lists to try and remind myself that I’m really making progress on getting things done. It’s not really working, which is why I end up making even more lists. I’m not sure what the logic is there, but right this second, I don’t think I’m thinking very logically. So I’m in jettison mode, and for today, one of the things getting jettisoned is a quality blog
Sorry everybody. I just have too much to do today, and my stress levels aren’t leaving me time and attention to focus on a blog post. So instead, I’ll present you with a bit of Tim Conway and Don Knotts awesome. The gas station scene from Private Eyes. It’s a longtime favorite of mine, and helps take some of the bitter aftertaste of Apple Dumpling Gang: Electric Boogaloo out of my mind. Hopefully tomorrow is better . . .