Friday, December 11, 2009

Semi-retirement

Announcing the semi-retirement of The Life and Times of Jess.

The Blog that is, not my ACTUAL life and times!

The time has come the walrus said...no, sorry, channeling Lewis Carrol there for a minute.

The time has come to place this blog into semi-retirement and concentrate on other things. I had a bash at the novel I have been writing for - oh - almost two years now (I would estimate that I am half a chapter in at the moment so it's going well) and realised how much I LOVE it. Writing actual real writing stuff. There are also about a billion other things on my "Oooohh, yeah, I really want to do some of that stuff" list and it ain't getting any shorter.

Blogging will now be almost totally restricted to http://whwhhow.blogspot.com/ and concerned pretty much totally with our homeschooling journey and will have a maximum of about 3 posts a week. While there may be the odd post on here (to announce new babies arriving and a cute clip or something I find) if you really really want to know what is going on in my life you will need to hook up with face book or, you know, actually e-mail me TasJess(at)gmail(dot)com (I'd suggest ringing me and talking to me, but I don't think I have actually met some of you so that would be, well, weird - and a little stalker like). Those of you who I have developed bloggy friendships with will still see me in your comments on a regular basis!

So, as this Blog heads into semi-retirement, goodbye and thanks for all the fish!

2 comments:

Homeschoolmum4Christ said...

Hi Jess,
Good luck with your novel writing. :)

Have a great weekend,
Blessings,
Jillian

Momma Bug said...

That sounds sensible.
I'd do the same, but there'd be some sad Grama's, so I press on.

I told AJ the other day that it's not like I'm even getting to the priorities anymore.
My entire list is one priority after the next, and I'm only getting to the few at the top.
It's a very strange feeling being unable to get to things that are important to me!

At least the he and the children are at the very top - that's some consolation!

Enjoy your freedom to do other things you have missed and enjoy!

Love to you:-)

-Analene

P.S.
I might stalk you...