Sunday, May 5, 2013

Human Nature: Busyness

Ah, it strikes all of us from time to time, eh? Too much busyness...

My busyness is partially caused by my closing in on the final chapters of my next novel--which is loosely based on my experiences with Greenpeace (thanks for asking). 

So this seems like a good time for a little hiatus from blogging, while my focus is elsewhere for a while. I'll keep visiting those of you who blog, and will pop up here again one of these lovely days.

Thanks for visiting!

Pat

by tpsdave

17 comments:

  1. I'm glad to see a post here. I've been wondering how you are. Good luck on the new novel. I'm looking forward to reading it!

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    1. I'll come 'round and visit you at http://newdharmabums.blogspot.com/

      See you there!

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  2. I think you should post on all the activities you partake in this summer!

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    1. I think there might be a lot of posts about sitting and staring at the computer screen, Rose!

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  3. Good luck on your new novel and best wishes for a successful launch.

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    1. Thanks, Bob! It'll take a while...finishing the writing, editing, getting the durn thing published... but eventually...

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  4. Hmmm. Anonymous is persistent.

    I don't know if you will read this, Pat. In case, thank you for your site. I have loved visiting you for almost two years, now. I shall miss you and the site.

    Good luck with the novel. Hope to see you again.

    margo

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    1. Aw, thanks so much, Margo! I have so appreciated your linking to this site! I'll give you a shout when I'm up and running again...

      Now to go delete some crazy Anonymous comments!

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    2. Oops, and meant to include a link to your site! http://margoroby.com/

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  5. The anonymous posts are wackily wonderful and almost poetic in their randomness.

    Good luck with the book. I can hardly wait. I will pay you real money for several copies!

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    1. You're such a sweetie, Roxie! I'm weeding out all the Anonymous comments, although I hope some of their words of wisdom will live on in our memories--such as "Looked for is where things can start to obtain complicated." Ain't that the truth?!

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  6. Hee. I JUST posted (before I saw your post) about being swamped & used a bumblebee to represent said business. I am proud of you for focusing down and getting it DONE! =) Nice work. See you soon!

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    1. Thanks. Great minds, eh?

      You can see biobabbler's photos of bees and purty irises at http://biobabbler.blogspot.com/

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  7. If you see this, know I've missed your lovely posts while I've been away (also hunkering down on a novel). Have just finished mine but haven't mailed yet. (Fear of rejection). May you love your writing work throughout the process, and please do include me in your list of people to notify when you return to blogging. I was addicted to your Monday quotes!

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  9. Just saw this! I was wondering why I hadn't seen any posts from your blog lately! Good luck on your book....

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  10. He is able who thinks he's able.

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