Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Blog Neglect.

Lately, I've been tired. And I do mean tired. My night-owl habits have disappeared out of necessity to my health and well-being. If I stay up much past 9:30 anymore, I can hardly get out of bed the next morning. This is a big change given that my normal bedtime is usually around 11:00 p.m. (at the earliest!). Even with going to bed earlier, I'm still pretty tired when I wake up in the morning, and almost every day I need to take a solid afternoon nap to make it through the day. Needless to say, this is seriously interfering with the usual productivity and activities that I like to fill my time with. And one of the things that is suffering from my lack of energy and attention is my dear little blog.

There are many things I've been wanting to write about, but I just haven't been able to do it because of the time and energy it takes to put it all together. Blog-posting can be pretty time-consuming, even though I like doing it. I've been wanting to post pictures of my snowy trip to Boston last month, as well as our family photo shoot, and a number of other things, but I'm powerless to do so right now. This month I've been lucky to get one little measly blog post up each week.

So I just wanted to let you know that I'll be back when my energy level is back to its regular "peppy" level. In the meantime, I'll still be posting on my blog (hopefully, though the posts may be simple and short) and reading your awesome blogs, although it may not be as frequent until I get better. I hope you will forgive me and still be my friend. And I hope my blog will forgive me too!

32 comments:

Me said...

There is nothing wrong with a little blog down time! After all your personal health should be your #1 concern!

I hope that all is well and whatever is zapping you of your energy is nothing serious! Best of health to you! We are here for you, and will be here when you get back!

Sarah Laurence said...

If you aren't sick or pregnant it might be S.A.D. given the time of year. If so, get out in the morning sun for a walk or maybe a ski if you are getting as much snow as we are. No need to apologize for not blogging. I hope you feel better soon.

Kristina P. said...

Take care of yourself!

rachel said...

I hope you feel better soon Donna! I'm sorry you are feeling so tired. I love to read your posts, but the most important thing right now is to rest and feel better soon! I wish you the best :)

dougandcheryl said...

I hope you can get your energy back soon! We will just wait patiently for all your posts and appreciate them even more!

Karolynn said...

I hope you get feeling well soon. Are you sick? I miss your posts and can't wait to see all your photos. GET WELL!!!!!!!!!

Laura said...

I have felt that way, and found out I was anemic. I am sorry, you are probably sick of hearing suggestions, but I do hope you are feeling better soon, Laura

Donna said...

No, I really appreciate the suggestions. Among other things, I think I may have anemia and am going to get it checked out. I also may have low thyroid, which my mother has and is surprisingly common among women. And like Sarah said, it could be a little bit of S.A.D. as well. I'm definitely not as happy and energetic in the winter. :(

Alyson (New England Living) said...

Take care of yourself, Donna! And catch as many naps as possible.

I'm having my thyroid checked on Monday. I've always had issues with anemia too, so I feel for you.

Yaya said...

Huh, thought I already posted a comment here...I'm losing it!
Anyways, I'm feeling the same way. I'm going to acupuncture tomorrow and hoping she can give me some energy and ambition pins!

buffyvandabailey said...

I was just diagnosed hypothyroid last month. And I too suffer from seasonal depression.

Sometimes a break from blogging (and checking blogs) is good for me. Just write down all your good ideas so you don't forget.

Feel better.

Katie said...

Poor thing. Get well, get rest, and give John a hug from me!

Shauna said...

I totally understand! L♥ve and Hugs :)

Hula's Secret Blog said...

Hope February brought you some new energy!

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