I really have no idea how the everyday bloggers (or even the every other day bloggers) do it...blog every day I mean. I can't. A few of my favorite bloggers have taken breaks. I know of lots of others who quit, but then reconsider, and then some others who take "unofficial" breaks but then return with a different blog.
That being said, I completely get it, the quitting blogging thing. I often feel guilty when I haven't checked in and posted some ridiculous update about what I am or, in this case, AM NOT doing. I feel even more guilty about ignoring your blogs or not commenting or missing important events or races in your lives.
BTW...I don't delete anyone from my RSS feed, even when you say, "I quit" and "I'll never blog again" (Marcy - last post one year ago* and Missy - last post two months ago).
I guess you could call me a blog-hoarder.
In any event, I can make this brief (shocking for me, I know), but I am NOT quitting the Hefferblog. It may not be a work of great literary merit, but I will continue writing, even if for the next month or so, it's rather sporadic.
Of even greater concern to me is WHEN THE HECK AM I GOING TO RUN?
My current teaching schedule is making running during the week a bit of a challenge. My first class starts at 8am, so I like to be on campus by 7ish.
I know some of you have the ability to get up at 4am to run before a long work day. I bow to you in admiration...but I don't have it in me.
I've been getting home around 5. Then it's all about cooking dinner, checking in with the kids,
In any event, it's now it's almost 10pm and I'm NOT running at 10pm because this kind of marathon will start all over again tomorrow morning at 6 and if I run at 10, I'll never sleep.
Like I said, I'll settle into a routine soon and I'll stop with the whine (wine is so much better!) and get back to blogging and running.
Until then, more whine please?
* yes, I can stalk you on the Daily Mile, but I've been pretty lame there too, haven't I?