We Interrupt Our Regular Programming…

Whether you’ve noticed it or not, the blogs have recently been on a rather tight schedule. For the past few months, I’ve been posting here at the Byline on Monday-Wednesday-Friday, at Bookstack on Tuesday-Thursday-Sunday, and Write on Wednesday on -well, Wednesday, of course. I’ve also managed to post several reviews and/or columns at All Things Girl, and have at least two more in the can for later this month.

It’s worked out quite well, and I’m pleased and proud of sticking to my self-imposed deadlines.

However, there is a definite possibility that intermittent interruptions could soon occur in the blogging schedule.

Later this afternoon I’m flying to Dallas for about a month, during which time my grandson is due to make his appearance. Thus, I suspect that blogging will take a definite backseat to baby tending.

Which is, of course, as it should be.

In the past several months, I have been continually overwhelmed by the love and support and general feeling of happy anticipation surrounding this baby’s birth. There has been so much joy amongst all my friends that I feel as if my grandson is already wrapped in dozens of nurturing and loving arms. It has been a surprising and humbling feeling, to have so many people care so much about my little family and our newest member.

I am so very grateful.

I will keep you all posted with regard to baby Connor’s arrival and the ensuing excitement. There will be much to say, but perhaps very little time to say it. In the meantime, thank you for your love and support and caring.

I can’t wait for Connor to meet you all someday.


14 thoughts on “We Interrupt Our Regular Programming…

  1. The best idea is to have Connor start blogging for you after his arrival. That would be fun to see his perspective on all these cwazzy folks oogling and gaga-ing over him. Of course, you will probably have to translate for us since his writing skills may be a tad slow at this point.

    Have a great time in Dallas and good luck.

  2. Have fun! Looking forward to posts that do pop up.

    One question, though – is Connor’s name really emblazoned on that wall, or did you add it to the photo? Inquiring minds want to know! 😉

  3. I’ve enjoyed seeing photos of Connor on Facebook and have sweet visions of you up with him at 4am. It will be nice to hear your perspectives on grandparenthood and see more photos, as you’re able. Such and exciting season of life!!!

  4. Enjoy every minute. I can just see you holding him in your arms and rocking. Drink it in and don’t forget pictures. We can’t wait to meet Connor.

    My newest grandchild (a girl) will arrive on Dec. 28. My DIL’s mother in law will be with her for a few weeks, and we will fly out in January. I can’t wait.

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