Apologies for my absence . . .

12/31/2011 03:38:00 PM

I have been going through some personal crises, and coupled with the holidays, I was just a bit overwhelmed with everything, so the blog and other Internet-related items suffered. I deleted EVERY. SINGLE. EMAIL from all of my other email accounts, but left my blog email intact :) I will be going through the email there a bit at a time, so if you've written in the past few weeks, please be patient. For now, I will sort of throw myself back in the flow and start posting (maybe like crazy, maybe not) :)

I hope everyone has a wonderful, healthy, and prosperous New Year!

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  1. Don't worry about the blogging; it's totally understandable if there are other things going on.

    Happy New Year!

  2. Taking time for yourself is important. No apologies needed.

  3. I agree with Laura

    just take care of yourself now

    happy New year to you and your loved ones

    all the best

  4. I hope things calm down and get better for you soon. Take care of yourself and we will be here when you come back.

    Happy New Year to you and yours.

  5. I would just jump in and start fresh. It is scary to hit that delete button but sometimes it is necessary! Take care of yourself and I hope the New Year is good to you!

  6. Hope all crises are resolved now, Julie! Blogging isn't the most important thing in the world - but it's nice to see your posts appear when they do!

  7. Sorry to hear you've been having troubles. I hope things are getting better for you. You take care of yourself and the blog will be here waiting. I certainly will not be going anywhere. =O)

    Happy New year, Julie! Wishing you much happiness this year.


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