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Long Time

June 12, 2013

How is it that I don’t work at a paying job but I don’t have any time during the day to do the things I would like to do the most?! *O*M*G I’m a…  a housewife! (I say that with all the love, admiration, and respect for all the housewives out there!)

So if I’m correct, my last post was September 17, 2012.  Almost 9 months ago!  (I almost could have had a child in that time.  Except that THERE WILL BE NO MORE CHILDREN in this family!  I always wanted two children, until I had one.  Whew!)  It’s not that I haven’t thought about my blog, but Facebook makes it so much easier to just put a snippet here and a photo there without all the commitment of writing out a full blog post.  But I recently discovered a new blog I love and as I was reading along (as in, I started from the beginning and am reading toward today.  I hate missing something!) it hit me: I love to write!  I love to entertain!  I love being the center of attention (even if it is only the center of my own little corner of the Internets!)!  I miss the community I created on my other blog.  It was then that I realized I needed to start making the time to sit down on write on my blog.  For me there’s something creative and therapeutic about putting into words what’s going on in my life.

So I look forward to spending more time sharing what’s going on in my heart and my head and giving a little peak of my life and those I share it with.

Bises (French for ‘kiss’)


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  1. Excited to see that you are posting! I look forward to seeing more.

  2. sharon permalink

    Welcome back Frank. Fb is all well and good but your blog writing is better 🙂

  3. Melanie permalink

    great to see a post even though I always enjoy your FB snippets 🙂

  4. Anita Fields permalink

    Such it has been such a long time, perhaps you could give a little update on your new life there? Has L opened his own business there? It is thriving? How are the schools there compared to the US? Has Oliver had any trouble adjusting? And the all important stuff: is there a decent selection of yarn and fabric there? Is it of the same quality? Pricing? Do people sew any more there than they do here in the US? Surely you can find *something* in all that to write about and we won’t have to wait another 9 months 🙂

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