Sunday, July 13, 2014

Back in the Saddle...

Well, almost.

I've been through most of my email.

Not even trying to tackle Twitter or Facebook today.

Going unplugged for eight whole days has its downside.

I hope to have a couple of reviews up early this week because I actually did a little reading while I was gone.

And on Thursday,  I have a guest author from Five Star/Cengage, Janet Simpson.

Wow, writing this blog post was hard work. I think I need a nap.

9 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Welcome back! I think I'd have to nuke my emails and unread blog posts and start over after that long of an absence.

Mason Canyon said...

Patricia, good to see you back. I can't image what 8 days of emails would look like.

Margot Kinberg said...

Welcome back, Pat. Good luck getting caught up.

Li said...

I took a vacation free of computer and phone for 3 days - and it was soooo nice! I really yearn for the "dinosaur days" of my childhood when you just locked the door, left, and when you came home there MIGHT be a small stack of mail and some phone messages on the answering machine.

klahanie said...

Hi Patricia,

Once you are completely back on the saddle, you'll be having a great time.

Nice to see you almost return. Thank you for a short post. Now I need a nap.

Gary :)

Eileen Goudge said...

Good for you, Patricia! You're living my dream. I fear my Inbox would blow up after a week of unread emails, but you inspired me to give it a try. Probably I need to go someplace where there's no Wi-fi, to keep me on the straight and narrow. Myanmar,perhaps?

Jemi Fraser said...

Welcome back :)
Those emails can be overwhelming! Nap is definitely in order :)

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

Glad to have you back. We all need a break from the social world now and then.

Rebecca Douglass said...

I've been traveling all month--and completely away from the computer/Internet for ten and more days at a time, twice. Two hundred emails, and yes, Alex, I have to nuke most of the unread blog posts, etc. I'll be months rebuilding my connections, but sometimes, you just have to hit the trail.