Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Alright, alright, alright. Boy, that didn't last long.

Due to the unforeseen threat by Tony C to come visiting, please disregard the previous post.

No, I'm kidding.

Actually it is due to my big sis calling...

The whole catalyst for the previouse post was the arrival of 660 feet of fence that hubby and I have to install in short order. And the impending gardening season. And the roof leaking during the last rain. And the toilet that won't stop running. And, and, and...

You get the idea.

I thought a sabbatical might be in order. Because I get it in my head that "Oh, I'll just pop on the computer and update the ol' blog..." and then suddenly, two hours later, where did the time ever go? You had no idea I spend that much time on my posts, did you?

Ok, I don't. I often fall victim to the NEXT BLOG button. Like gambling.

OR...the internet in general. "I wonder how much it would cost to ship that draft horse from Illinois?

And there the time goes.

So, in the interest of preserving my blog, my farm and my sanity, I'm going to try my big sis's (she's so smart) suggestion of just doing a quick weekly update thing. Except it may not exactly be weekly. I guess we'll just have to see how it goes. I'm thinking maybe a photo of the week.

Or a haiku.

Or...something else.

At any rate, gosh, thanks guys! I had no idea. So I will try no to dissapoint yous all and I'll keep at it.

And, Mr. Tony C, you don't scare me with phone calls or personal visits. In fact, we'd love to see you. Do you have a pair of wire cutters?

3 comments:

tony c said...

Do you have a pair of wire cutters?

Fenced yourself in again, did you?

D.B. Echo said...

ANd I never even got a chance to suggest the Almost Quintessence Quarterly!

Arkansawyer said...

I was sickly last week... read the last post, groaned, rolled over, took another pill, fell back asleep............ and never commented... but it didn't help my mood! You've got more 'fans' out here than you realize... going 'weekly' sounds much better than sabbatical!

My 12 year old son has a future... if nothing else, the recent post on your son's truck... tells me this much.

Keep it up... I know where to come when I need a good smile.... and it DOES mean a lot!