Search My Blog

August 6, 2009

Feeling Guilty

OK --I'm feeling so guilty because I've been neglecting this blog, and my loyal readers. I am really hoping that I'll be able to get back into a better blogging routine next week because -- I MISS YOU!

The long and short of it, is that the past month has been extremely hectic. I've been busy developing a new service line for the consulting firm I work with. It's a whole new vertical for us -- and something very near and dear to my heart, so I'm really excited and busy with that. When I'm not in the office (which practically never happens between work and blogging), I've been enjoying this beautiful summer, working in the garden, and preparing for Amy's graduation party this weekend.

The fruits of our labor. Young plants -- hopefully will be more abundant next year.

I'm very excited (seriously) to spend all day in the kitchen tomorrow, cooking and baking. Not quite as excited about the cleaning that still needs to be done...but hopefully we'll have a good day on Saturday and we can be outside (and away from the dust bunnies). Right now the weather looks a little iffy -- so if you could, please say a prayer that it's a sunny and beautiful!

I'll have lots to share when I get back into my blogging routine -- so stay tuned for posts about:
  • NINETEEN new Wildtree products
  • Podcasts and my new friends at The Morning Call
  • Part II of :What are you Contributing? (where you're going to be introduced to some incredible people who are doing awesome things in life and the blogosphere).
  • Jeff's 50th Birthday Celebration -- aka "The Amazing Race Birthday Adventure!"

....and I almost forgot -- "The Night My House Got Paintballed" (yes, I'm serious...NOT cool).

Definitely lots to share coming soon. Thanks for your patience with me -- and I look forward to sitting down 'Round the Kitchen Table and catching up very soon! Until then ---here's a question for you.

If I gave you $100,000 and asked you to donate it to the non-profit organization of your choice, what charity or cause would you choose, and why?


Chow and Chatter said...

no probs great flowers

Tabitha@ichoosebliss said...

Your flowers are gorgeous! I would donate the money to the Cancer Society. One day I dream of building my own facility to help the homeless, battered women and anyone in need of spiritual guidance. :)

Rebecca. Harlan, IN said...

I just discovered your two blogs. They both "speak" to me....It is SO comforting to know that "out there" are people who share my heart - without even knowing it!

Becca said...

I LOVE hydrangeas!!
What charity? Hmm.......I think I would give it to a fund that helps seriously wounded soldiers. My husband was in the Army. I think it's awful how the Army sort of tosses the wounded aside once they're of no use to them anymore.

Anne said...

Hydrangeas are my favorite! I know about the busy thing - most bloggers seems to lull in the summer - and so does our reading public. I try not to worry about it, but I feel just the same as you.

Rebecca Emrich said...

This blog is awesome, great work. Love the photos. Lauren, you are very talented. Keep writing.

Blog Widget by LinkWithin