See that sleepy gal at the top of my blog? That’s how I feel. (I only wish I was in Egypt too!)
We just got back from Washington D.C.–it was awesome, but also exhausting to chaperone teenagers through the capital for a week. Not only that, but I’ve been sick since the day before we left.
AGAIN! *shakes fist and coughs at stupid viruses*
So I definitely fell off the wagon with the A-Z Challenge. What do you think–should I keep plugging away where I left off and miss the end of the alphabet, or jump into O?
‘Cause you know I’m not going to make up the missing posts–I’ve got a book to finish writing!
Washington DC! How fun. Yowza, that must be a long flight from Alaska.
As another victim of travel paired with sickness during the A to Z Challenge, I understand your pain. I say jump in with O, the water's fine. 🙂
Hope you're feeling better!
Never been to Washington, hope you're feeling more alert now.
Get better soon. Just write what you can while you are feeling under the weather.
Hope you're feeling better. I can't image chaperoning teenagers an entire week, much less in Washington D.C. WOW.
Thoughts in Progress
You know the mother of the student that wrote to the president about the government shutdown? That was a mother at my son's school here in Longmont. The group just got back form D.C. last week, and they got to meet Obama. I tried and tried to get my son to go on that trip and he didn't want to do it. Grrr…
Anyway, I vote for jumping in at letter O.
I LOVE D.C.! 🙂
Just hop back on and don't worry about the rest.
I hope D.C. was fun! Whichever you choose, best of luck.
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I had to jump off the A to Z wagon when my youngest daughter had neck surgery. But yesterday I put up a post I'd written earlier about Friends. So I'd say just jump in whenever. In my view, it doesn't matter. If you've got an interesting post to share on an alphabet letter, then go for it!
By the way, I was scrolling through the sign-ups on KarenG's blog and saw your name. So you now have a new follower!
Ann Carbine Best, Long Journey Home
I hope you recover quickly. Too bad being around teenagers didn't make you immune to their illnesses.