January 31, 2008

Reports of demise? Don't believe 'em

Neither me nor my poor neglected blog have really gone anywhere. Indeed, I was quite pleased to remember my password. It feels, what, kind of nice to see the familiar blog-entry screen and to watch the letters march across the space.

Sorry for not calling or writing or anything. I was on trial. It was quite intense. 14-15 hour days were the norm. I worked every day of every weekend. I am happy to have it behind me but for the post-trial briefs. Those are coming down the pike.

I have re-grouped. I have slept through the night for the first time in weeks -- no more waking up between 2:30 and 3:15 to wonder about whether I should include a line of questioning in my examination outline or whether I somehow blew a pre-trial submission deadline (never). No, the alarm clock is waking me now. I am returning slowly to the gym -- which is painful. I am sending out emails to clients who I put on hold to let them know I am available to help them again. I am paying bills and attending to personal details (just beat the deadline to sign the Boy Child up for little league for the spring).

In short, I am attempting re-entry. I am still probably not quite the best company in the world right now and need some time to re-gain my usual patience with my children and their needs.

But, it is coming.

Anyway, point of curiosity. I have not blogged in weeks and yet site-meter claims my daily visits are rising? Why are you all coming to see the blank space? Or, heaven forfend, is the blank space generally more interesting than my writing?

Anyway, nice to be back, y'all.

Posted by Random Penseur at January 31, 2008 02:54 PM | TrackBack

I come by each day to see if the blank screen has words on them. Low and behold! Today there are words. Good to see you back. You were missed.

Posted by: jules at January 31, 2008 03:58 PM

Yeah, like Jules said. Plus, I'm curious to see what kind of uber-cool stuff you've done lately.

So did you win?

Posted by: Howard at January 31, 2008 04:30 PM

still here! glad to see you are, too. Very glad to hear that all is well.

Posted by: Mandalei at January 31, 2008 05:01 PM

just checking in every few days.

Glad you're resurfacing :-)

Posted by: caltechgirl at January 31, 2008 05:12 PM

I missed you! You are a sane voice in my blog-rounds for the day! Yes, I have others who are sane too, but then I have..."the others" I can't stop reading and when you do not blog the balance is completely off! :)

Posted by: Amber at February 1, 2008 11:08 AM

You see, here's the deal. I keep checking in to see the white space, and when I stop, you finally post. I do not know why it works that way, it just does. ;)

Glad to see you back. I've missed you. Now post some GC and BC stories. ;)

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