Back online

catWhy yes, I’m still here.

I’m sure you all missed me TERRIBLY during my unforeseen blogging hiatus, which was due to the unfortunate fact that because of an issue with the cable hookups at my house, I was without the interwebz for AN ENTIRE WEEK.

And as much as I’d love to tell you how positively dreadful it was being cut off from the digital continent and its Facebook wars and email messages made of spam, I can’t.  Because it was actually rather nice to be forced into a break from All The Technology Things.

Until the cable guy finally showed up to fix the problem, tried unsuccessfully to sell me cable for the TV, and thankfully shooed my cats out of his van before driving off.

And then I was back online.

So what’s new with me?  I’m so glad you asked!  (When you have a blog you can pretend that people really care about what you have to say, and that they’re asking you questions.  It’s fun.)  Well, a few things actually, but more on those later because I have to write my portion of a talk Kevin and I are giving on Wednesday–and I haven’t even begun yet, because something that’s NOT new is that I’m a procrastinator.

But in the meantime I just wanted to say that I’m back, and while I didn’t really miss General Internet Use I did miss writing, and connecting with all of you.  There are so many things I want to talk about in the coming days–like what we’ve been up to, and our recent Holy Land trip, and Lent (is anybody else kind of amazed by the vast amount of misinformation out there regarding this particular liturgical season?), and the fact that my baby just turned one (?!), and awkward grocery store encounters with strangers, and kids throwing awkward tantrums in the aforementioned grocery stores.  But first I have to get some things done like homeschool my kids, fold and put away three loads of laundry and, oh yeah, figure out my talk for Wednesday.

I hope you all are well and I look forward to blogging more in the coming days!


3 Responses to Back online

  1. Erin says:

    So glad you’re back! I’m one of those shy blog readers who rarely comments but always enjoys, and I’ve definitely felt your absence. It feels kind of weird to have missed someone I’ve never actually met, but reading your blog helps me get through my day. Look forward to some posts!

  2. Sarah says:

    I’ve missed you too! I’ve only commented a few times but I’ve enjoyed our interactions and I love reading about your family. It is somehow soothing to me during a difficult time in my life right now.

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