Dipping my toe back in ...

I've missed this space! 

While I enjoyed having one less thing to feel guilty about not doing well during this crap year, I absolutely missed being even lightly connected with the book blog world, and so I'm going to try to get back into this without stressing myself out.

I'll share more reflections on 2020 but what I lacked in reading and blogging, I made up with knitting (achieved my goal of 8 completed projects!) and gardening slash homesteading.

Looking forward to connecting with everyone again and talking about the reads of the year and my plans for next year (because even failing at goals this year doesn't mean I won't attempt ambitiously for next year!).

Comments

  1. I SHRIEKED, it is so lovely to see you here! Hi, hi, hi! I missed you!

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    1. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah you make me so happy!! I missed you!

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  2. I was so excited to see the email with your new post in my inbox yesterday! Welcome back! I've been struggling to get my book blog going again after a long hiatus. I've actually been doing better about posting regularly since the pandemic started, I think. But I had to let go of the guilt, too, and just post what I can when I can and try to comment here and there as best I can. I don't think I've written a thoughtul, in-depth review post in years! Don't worry about what or how often you post...we're all glad to have you back!

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    1. You're so kind -- I'm so appreciative of the welcome back. I've missed my book connections, however brief, and I'm going to toss the guilt and keep the reading. (Big talk, but I've got to try to follow thru this year!)

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  3. Welcome back. It has been one of the worst years but I am hopeful that 2021 will be better.

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    1. Right?! Hope you and yours are all safe and well.

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  4. Yay! We all understand, of course. This year has been weird, to say the least.

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    1. UGH, seriously. Hoping you and yours are all, and have been, well. To better everything!

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