I want to apologize for the light blogging this week, and caution you that it will likely continue!
I am very happy to announce that Michael is finally coming home from Iraq after a fifteen-month deployment. I am flying out to Colorado Monday morning to be with him for the holidays. It is a huge relief knowing that this is finally over!! I can’t tell you how excited and happy I am that we will actually get to be together for the holidays.
The one sore spot is that this makes things very, very, very hectic. Besides working six days a week, I have to pack, go Christmas shopping, buy winter clothes, get travel necessities, figure out who will watch my kitten while I’m gone, who will take me to the airport… my head’s practically spinning! This has been the reason blogging’s been lighter this past week.
I will leave this post at the top of the page (please scroll down for new posts). When I get to Colorado, I don’t know how much internet access I’ll have, or even how much time I will have for blogging, either. So in all honesty, blogging may take a drop-off in the next few weeks. I hope to be able to keep things as regular and steady as possible here, but some things are actually more important than blogging (shocking, I know!). In any case, in January (mid-January to be specific) I will be back home and back on a regular schedule. So I may be gone for a little while, but not for good!
So, again, I’m sorry for the light blogging, but I’m sure you will all understand. Please continue to check back, because even if blogging is light I will be sure to update occasionally to let y’all know I haven’t forgotten you. I’ll probably be posting a lot of pictures — I’m a Florida girl, and this will be my first time ever in snow, let alone having a white Christmas. So y’all can at least look forward to lots of pictures the next few weeks!
Thank you guys so much for sticking with me this year! I look very forward to being able to spend Christmas and New Year’s with Michael, and I hope you all have a safe, happy, and wonderful holiday as well.
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