Thursday, February 16, 2012

Changes and a Break

On my last post, I shared about the blooming anemones. The next day everything was covered with snow! This was followed by wind and arctic temperatures.

But the blooms are still there. The snow is long gone.

And spring will be here in just a few weeks. A new, beautiful season.

You know how sometimes you run out of blogging fodder? That's where I've been lately. I still visit all of you and sometimes comment.

But it is a new season here. New responsibilities and a career and lifestyle change. Exciting!

I'll check in from time to time, and maybe spring will inspire me to post.

Blessings to each and every one of you!



Debbie said...

I hope you do find that fodder. I'm really AWOL myself until the computer gets her parts fixed. I'm trying to keep up the best I can with an old clunker on loan.

I "get it" completely about running out of stuff to say. I seem to be mute quite a bit lately myself.

Hoping to get the groove when the computer gets hers.

And I really hope you get YOUR groove back soon, too. Here's my assignment: Go visit one of those wonderful little hideaways and then tell us all about it.

Oh, and wouldn't it be wonderful to invite your blog friend Debbie to go with you? Yeah, that's the ticket!

Vee said...

Sounds like a plan, Gals!

This is what I find, the more I post, the more I have to post. The less I post, the less I have to post. So I keep plugging away just to keep my brain in gear.

Perhaps you'll share a bit more about these changes and then when spring comes in on a gentle breeze, you'll share that, too.

All that said, there's nothing wrong with a break. Just know that you are missed.

Linda O'Connell said...

Someone said, How can you NOT find something to blog about? Birth, death, emotions; something is happening all the time.

Even so, I struggle to find things to post about, but SPRING, oh that excites me!

A Joyful Chaos said...

It's hard trying to find something new and interesting to blog about every day!

Love the pictures of the anemones in your previous post. Our spring flowers are budding but so far we haven't had any actual blossoms. I'm hoping they hold off for a little longer since spring isn't officially here yet.


Leann said...

Hi Carol

I was wondering what's been going on, so glad that you've got new and exciting things on the horizon. I'm hoping that you'll be back soon as I feel that we've become friends.


Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

yes, there are times I just draw a blank. Hoping you don't leave us completley! I love seeing your home.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Keep us posted on what's going on in your life!


ImSoVintage said...

I think we all hit that wall from time to time. sometimes we just need a break.

Jann Olson said...

Enjoy your break. We will be waiting when you return.

Mrs. Mac said...

Your home is so charming .. thanks for stopping by my blog today.

no spring chicken said...

And blessings to you!


Chris said...

Hi Carol, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris

Barb said...

Hi Carol,
I used to read and comment on your blog. Blogging became a bit overwhelming for me and I cut right back on commenting.Sorry about that!
I've now got myself re-organised.
I've updated my Blog List and I look forward to your posts.I promise to visit.
God Bless
Barb from Australia

LDH said...

Hi Carol, So nice stopping by and perusing many of your posts. Lovely reading ! Are you in eastern PA? I live in southern NJ.

Kindly, Lorraine

Anonymous said...

Hi Carol, I have missed you very much and have had you on my mind the last few days. Sending my friendship and prayers across the miles to you and yours. Hurry back.

Susan said...

Hello Carol....So glad you decided to Follow my blog. Even if you are not posting on yours, please do stop by as I would love that. Take care. Have a wonderful break. Susan

elizabeth said...

Lovely flowers...yeah spring!!!
Thanks so much for your kind encouragement on my post about Jesus' light overcoming the darkness.

ImSoVintage said...

I think we all run out of fodder sometimes, even a blabbermouth like me. We had the same thing happen. Spring, then snow, now spring again :)

victorian parlor II said...

I have had some blogging blahs too in the past. I look forward to your return:).



Miss Gracie's House said...

I hope you are enjoying your break...maybe you will be inspired when spring has sprung?!