Annual Summer Blog Hiatus

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Lovely blog-following peeps,

As I do every summer, I shall be taking July and August off from my usual blogging schedule. This is for two reasons: firstly, a break always enables me to return refreshed and re-inspired to blogging, an activity which is time-consuming but oh so very rewarding; secondly, I am once again between homes and cannot be sure where I will be staying and how much wifi access I will have over the summer!

Bus, ferry, bike, car, on foot…this summer as with last will include exploring this wonderful nation and catching up with old and new friends. I am animal-sitting, which I adore, and which gives me solid amounts of time to write, also one of my main goals for the summer. Last year I headed west. This year my travels will take me as far south as Virginia and I hope as far north as Maine and include an island or two en route. No Canada trip this year I am afraid as I am awaiting a visa decision, which precludes leaving the country.

While it is a tad scary not having a place-to-call-home, it is a privilege to have the freedom and possibility to travel like this.

See y’all in September and enjoy your down time, a chance to be outside and the liberty to travel in this nation.

 

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3 Responses to Annual Summer Blog Hiatus

  1. Andrea Mack says:

    Have a great summer!

  2. Patricia Nozell says:

    Safe & happy travels!

  3. Janet F. says:

    Enjoy the wanderlust, serenity, and camraderie of your animal loves, your treasured friends: old, new, virtual and in between. Hoping to hear good news on all fronts come summer. Safe and happy travels and writing, Joanna. Remember it is beautiful here in summer.

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