Monday, July 02, 2007

Back in the saddle (almost)

Thanks to all those who commented on my last, rather dramatic-sounding, post.

Apologies for the delayed response. Since then I've moved house (two days after F's surprise diagnosis) and have been feeling pretty damned exhausted and (to be dramatic again) emotionally drained. There have been no words left.

I am okay though.

Despite the fact that The Husband is scheduled to fly to London tomorrow, as they're predicting an imminent terrorist attack. Oh joy.

Oh, and in response to the delightful Miss Tartan's query, my email address is jabberwockyblog@hotmail.com.

6 comments:

Eleanor Bloom said...

I'm glad you're 'okay' although I'm sure you're not feeling at all too flash. That's a lot of stress to have on your plate. Been thinking of you if that means anything.
Take care of yourself.

redcap said...

And look on the bright side - at least it was a neighbour's house and not yours that burned down the other night...

cristy said...

Hey Ariel
What a stressful couple of weeks! I hope that things start to improve for you. Do make sure that you take some time out to look after yourself.

killerrabbit said...

How are you going now? I hope that there have been no more dramas otherwise you will be in a whole new set of threes and you know what that means.

redcap said...

Hello missy. Hope all is as well as can be expected.

Ariel said...

Hello all! Nice to see I'm not forgotten, even if I am in the midst of forgetting who I am myself right now ...

I've just been incredibly swamped with several kinds of work, school holidays which I have valiantly gotten through with no holiday care and a ton of work, and various moving things.

So, I'm okay, just kinda flattened. The Husband is back next Friday and work will hopefully ease off a little soon after, and then I hope to be actually (rather than almost) back in the blogging saddle.

Killerrabbit, as you said the other night, sometimes you just have no words left after work stuff. that's it right now. That and the time factor.

(Wow, that was almost a post, wasn't it?)