thank you

I have taken a little time off from this blog. From everything, really. I needed some time inside my own head, and I didn’t want to write just to have content.

I’m not 100% better, but I’m ok. I have used the last week to try to get myself together and I think I managed alright. There is definitely something out of balance in our home, and it’s been hard to work around that, but little man deserves a wonderful holiday season, and nit’s our job to provide that for him.

However, I want to say thank you to all of you who sent love and good thoughts and prayers here and elsewhere in social media. Thank you for sympathizing. Thank you for sharing your stories of loss. Thank you for sending along words meant to bring peace and healing. I cannot ever fully express what that means to me and my family. You brought such comfort in such a hard time, and you can never know how much that has meant to us.

I’ll be back to writing in the next day or so (and I will be back to reading all of you, t00). I have restarted my training (on which I have been slacking horribly) and I am excited for my second half marathon in just a few weeks.

In the meantime, it seems like Christmas is right around the corner, and I am so not ready. If you celebrate do you feel the same?

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  1. Hugs to you…. :/

    I’m not ready either. I’m ready for the break from work, but not for the actual day. I haven’t bought a single present for anyone. Fail.
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  2. jan says:

    Welcome back! I’ve missed your posts. Big hugs to you!
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  3. I understand the struggle to feel normal after a loss. Take the time you need. Your readers will understand. 🙂 We all love you and your posts.
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  4. Jenn, I’ll be here when you’re ready to come back! It’s good for you and your family to have time together and grieve, and we are the least of your worries.

    Hugs from Philly!

    And hey, Santa does all the work for Christmas anyway, right 😉
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  5. Elizabeth says:

    Take your time, we will be here ready to read when you are ready to write. I’m not ready for the year to end yet! 🙂
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