Thursday, March 03, 2011

On Leave for a While

Due to health issues of family members (not me, nor husband) I need to take a blog-leave for a bit. Too much is happening these days. I'm still trying to visit your blogs, and still sewing to keep me somewhat grounded. We've all been there. Life, death, health, family squabbles, time limitations, etc.

I'm giving a quilt workshop in a few weeks, and am hoping that pleasant event will pull me back into my 'normal' stride.

14 comments:

~Joan said...

I will miss your posts, my e-friend!

Hope you can be back to posting soon.

Nancy said...

Take the time you need: blogging can wait for you to catch up with your life.

Julie said...

I understand completely, as I just came out of a two-year blog hiatus after my divorce. I finally feel like blogging and visiting my blog friends again. Take care!

LC said...

Hugs and prayers...

dot said...

Prayers for you and your family. I will miss your posts but also look forward to your return. I pray your class goes well also.

grendelskin said...

Do what you need to, to stay healthy and sane. We'll miss you!

Julie in the Barn said...

Breaks are good. I've taken a break for the winter to recharge and spend time on other stuff. Take as much time as you need. We'll be waiting right here when you return.

SubeeSews said...

Take as long as you need my dear blog friend.
I will miss your posts.
So I will also say "hurry back"!
XOXOXO Subee

Lynn said...

Take care.

Shasta said...

We'll miss you Elaine. Take care. Hugs and prayers.

paula, the quilter said...

Take care of the family. I understand because I have been dealing with a family situation too.

Helen in the UK said...

Sending good wishes to you and yours. We'll miss you while you're gone, but be ready to read afresh when you feel able to post again :)

Purple Pam said...

Take care of yourself and your life. Hopefully you can return with a smile on your face and in your heart.

quiltmom said...

Take care of you and yours Elaine- hope that you are soon returned to blogland with another one of your lovely projects.
Regards,
Anna