A couple or three…

Every now and again, life on my own timeclock becomes so insanely busy that I can’t find the quiet time I need to write.  When my daughter was in the hurried, harried schedule of the school year, I would get up at 6am, get her breakfast and school gear ready to go and after the whirlwind quick AM rush, I’d head back to my home for a calm breakfast and some thinking time, at least once or twice a week.  Well, the last two weeks were the start of my busy season.  I mean, it is always a bit insane,wearing two business hats (social media and pet services…I know, I know!), but as social media consulting tends to calm down over the summer, it’s a good fit with pet services, which heats up to a fever pitch in the summer. 

As life would have it, I had a rush job, creating a website for someone who has been too busy in their business to ever worry about one (or social media)  in the past just exactly at the same time as my summer services began in earnest.  Plus, with no school for my daughter, 6 AM has morphed into 7AM (yeah…that’s me…sleeping in…LOL!), but that hour of “me” time, has virtually erased my writing time.  And before I knew it, I discovered that TWO weeks have gone by without me posting on this blog.  However, I did post (ONCE only) on my pet services blog and I think you’ll get a laugh at my adventures with de-skunkifying some four-legged guests.

As well, not posting means I couldn’t contribute to this past week’s Blogging Boomers Carnival (I could have sent in an old post, but that is irritating if you’ve already read it!), but John Agno, blogger at So Baby Boomer, put together a great carnival.  Enjoy Blogging Boomers Carnival #168!

4 thoughts on “A couple or three…

  1. *You’re* making your daughter’s breakfast? *You’re* getting her gear? Enable her and you’ll have the hour you lost.

    1. We’re working on it…she’s just turned 10 and able to make quite a few things, but whether she’s enabled or not, that morning time is a definite hour lost. When she can drive herself in LA…ahhhh…that will be the hours found again!

  2. Dear Janet,

    Please, enjoy every second of your daughter’s childhood. They are over so quickly. Mine are in their 40s. Help her plan her toe holds in life ( have a plan, exercise it vigorously, do it today – which I am certain applies to you and yours )

    How does one communicate ideas to you, because I have some updates for you.

    Best wishes,
    Allan McDowall
    ( UK ancient mariner )

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