Light at the End of the Tunnel?

or is that a train?

After two months of pretty much being AWOL, for which I heartily apologize, I expect to be more present starting next week. In the meantime, I just want to thank you all for sticking with me and being patient when I haven’t responded to comments quite as quickly as I used to.

I shall return! πŸ™‚

12 thoughts on “Light at the End of the Tunnel?

  1. Perhaps there was an epidemic of blog-awolitis. πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜‰ I had been like a spirit, floating around, flitting, loitering, not doing much. Yet, there is a lot to do. Welcome back. All the best with your return. πŸ€—β€

    1. Thanks, Anne. Mine was definitely do to visitors and preparation and that. I love being able to share my writing so it’s a sad me when I can’t do that. πŸ™‚
      But I am glad to see that you’re back. I hope everything is well with you! πŸ™‚

      1. Ah, at least you can pinpoint the cause. I failed, so I guess self-inflicted. There are a lot of backlog, not only with the blog but emails to send (to contributors, like you, regarding the release of Cinderella Reimagined’s SA edition and feedback on Midsummer). The blog world is a great place with you around.

      2. Thanks, Anne. I do have to admit that I’ve had to cut things out of my blogging routine because I found that I was getting overwhelmed. Perhaps you too?
        If there’s anything I can do to help with the Cinderella or Midsummer, please let me know.

      3. Thanks so much, Sascha. I will definitely let you know. You are spot on, I reckon. Plus, we’re at the height of winter and somehow, I’m pretty useless in winter. πŸ˜€

      4. I know the feeling. I have jokingly said I may move to the southern hemisphere come November (it may not be a joke). Feeling down in short dark days is a real thing. Take care of yourself!

      5. Ah, that is an ultimate dream! I’d love to be in a position that allows me to move every quarter and follow the sun and warmth. 😊 I have not seriously considered SAD having been diagnosed with MDD about twenty years ago around winter time and then again last year, although my psychologist said it might have been a misdiagnosis as I seem to show symptoms of Bipolar Disorder 2, except I have mild mania and severe depressive episodes. I don’t even want to know the real thing. My life and disability insurances start to get restrictive and exclude certain situations. I’d say a mild case of SAD. 😜 Thank you so much, Sascha. You’re more than welcome to come write from SA come November… for four months? πŸ˜€πŸ˜› Much love and hugs. β€πŸ€—

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