Apr 272009
 

It’s a bit embarrassing to write a blog post when you’re having blogger’s block but then if I don’t start posting again soon I maybe never will.

At first I was relieved that I had pulled the ads from my website so that I no longer am under the obligation to post two or three times a week, then I was tagged and wanted to do that very much but – I didn’t quite know how, and then – it all became a bit ridiculous.

So I have decided to just post anything to tell the few readers that are still hanging here that I’m still alive, everything is well, I don’t seem to be depressed right now (yay!) and life is good. Only a bit busy. Just a moment ago I counted how many students I have and it’s 33. No wonder I have the feeling of less spare time.

Also I have been going to bed on time almost every day, which is wonderful also but cuts into blogging time even more.

Also I don’t use my wifi anymore but the cable connection which means that I spent quite a bit of time knitting in the sun this weekend, without my computer.

So I leave you with pictures of our Easter breakfast (I know that was weeks ago, see how behind I am), and a promise to post again soon.

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You can see that we’re more about the food than the decoration in our house. The stuffed bunny always shares breakfast with us, it’s my son’s favorite toy.

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Self-baked lactose-free “Osterzopf”.

  4 Responses to “Well, um – hullo?”

  1. Yum. The bread looks really good. (As do the meats, which reminds me, I told the kids they could have a snack.)

    I was thinking today that I don’t have any topics that I feel like developing into a post. Hmph.

  2. So you found some things to have less of – sounds like the balance is right for you just now, and you do sound quite cheery, which is heartening. Makes me think I ought to put the laptop down and go to bed with my book.

  3. Thanks for touching base. Glad to hear you are enjoying the sunshine.

  4. i love the rabbit and i wish i could sit down at that table with you.

    i also wish i had students coming to me rather than me having to go to them.

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