Saturday, December 16, 2006

So Long Til Next Year

Thanks everyone for your prayers and commiserations. The old house has become a much bigger sucker-upper of my time than I would have imagined. They haven't finished gutting all of the downstairs yet. We're still trying to get the upstairs floors dry with dehumidifiers and these huge fans that are like giant hair dryers on steriods. There's like ten in each room. You can barely get around them. And yet the floor's still wet.

Considering my plate was already fuller than I like it, the Great Flood of '06 just sent it crashing to the floor. So when I read that one blogger agent was taking the rest of the year off--from agenting and blogging--I liked that idea a lot. While I love blogging as a way of keeping in touch will all my cyberspace friend, I just don't have the brain cells to think of anything to blog about, other than whining about the sorry state of both my houses. I don't even enjoy that so I'm sure you all wouldn't either.

So I'm taking a Christmas break from blogging: my gift to myself. I'll see you all back here in the new year. And it's kind of a gift to you too: one less blog to check each day. :)

Merry Christmas everyone. Hope yours is wonderful.

9 comments:

Jeanne Damoff said...

Enjoy your "break." (ha.) I'll miss you and keep praying.

Love, J.

:-)Ronie said...

Ew, that sounds like a great idea! LOL I pray everything is done quickly and you can enjoy your holiday.

Merry Christmas, Jen!

Jenny said...

Still praying, Jen. Hang in there and know the cyber hugs are still coming coming your way, even if you're not blogging.

Abundant blessings,
Jenny Cary

CHickey said...

Merry Christmas!

Heather said...

Merry Christmas!

Dineen A. Miller said...

Merry Christmas, girl! See ya next year.

Georgiana D said...

Merry Christmas! Totally understandable that you need some time off, it sounds like you've had a ton of stuff going on. I hope and pray that everything starts coming together for you and your family!

Paula said...

Sorry for all the stress! May you have a beautiful holiday filled with His presence . . .

Corina Bowen said...

Merry christmas!