Friday, April 20, 2007

Too busy to blog?

I have not been able to get a blog posted in a couple of days.
I have been experiencing technical difficulties, as well
as a little Princess who has wanted to go on play dates and
have many books read to her instead of letting her Momma
blog about the books we are reading while she plays Barbies or does puzzles.
;-) There is still the basement to put back in order and so much housekeeping that needs
seeing to.....It is supposed to warm up this weekend and I can't wait to get the windows opened
and air this house out! I promise to be back on track next week..maybe by the weekend.
I must say I have been feeling out of sorts not getting time to "read" all my online friends and
check out every link they pass on while sipping tea or coffee. :-(
Today we have a birthday party for one of Princess's favorite friends and Farmer Dad is taking a half day
to get some garden work done. Off to my work, I'll talk to you all soon.


Kaber said...

The weather is inally greathere! I ned to gout and play.

ahhh.... I remember the days of reading to my kids all day long...... Great Times!

nina said...

You've been missed. I hope the weekend brings warm weather, accomplisment and rest. I hope Princess enjoys the birthday party.

Angela, MotherCrone said...

I'm so glad the basement didn't swallow you up! Having been in the same situation more times than I like to count...I am finally able to just walk away when I feel my attitude dragging. Glad you are doing well though. BTW, have you ever heard of Peddler's Village? Think it may be a midway point for a meetup! Email me!

nina said...

I am going to be so envious if you have a meet up. lol :) How lucky.

patience said...

It sounds like you have a lot of fun coming up. I look forward to reading all about it when you find time to come back and post!

Kate in NJ said...

Thank you ladies for all your comments! I will get a post up today
and I can't wait to get to all your blogs to read about your past week!

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