On a Good Reason

I’ve often stated, “Sometimes life gets in the way of blogging.”

This is one of those times. Besides working around personal plans, we have a high-priority family situation requiring time and effort: helping an elderly aunt with some important facets of her life. The tough part is being separated by 3+ hours of driving. Timing is not good from our end – but hey – one must do what one has to do.

Time away from here should be 4-8 weeks. I want the bloggers here to know about my absence from posting, so this is my way of saying thanks for caring and all is well with us.

To send you into an unexpected break, here’s a new one from The Piano Guys … and its title is fitting for this post. See you upon my return. In the words of Garrison Keillor, Be well, do good work, and keep in touch.

34 thoughts on “On a Good Reason

  1. Oh, my dear friend, “Sometimes life gets in the way of blogging”, don’t I know! I am going to miss you but, life and family comes first [well, obviously!]. I wish you times as ‘smooth’ as possible and …patience, my friend. Sending you some greek sun rays to take with you and …yamas, to your comeback!

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    • Marina,
      Many thanks! … and the Greek sun feels great today! 🙂 … We are confident that all will go well … the question is how long will it take because of the distance involved. Yamas! … and time will fly by.

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  2. Life comes first! Your aunt is fortunate have you to assist her when she needs help. We must do what we can for those we love. Thanks for letting us know. We will be here when you return. Safe travels and may you help her make the right decisions. Cheers!

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  3. Great thing you’re doing – taking care of family. I have some of that ahead too. The blog break is necessary. Best wishes – we’ll be there when you return.

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  4. You’re a good man, Charlie Brown.

    I wish you and your family the best and I will be here waiting for your return with more of the good stuff you always dole out.

    Till then, my friend



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