I'm back from my travels and so very glad to be home. I loved our trips, but coming home is the best.
Have had some challenges - allergies (I hate fall and winter allergies - definitely have them) - a computer that bit the dust - a sort of reading slump...you know how it is.
My computer did 'give up the ghost' in between our trips and I've been adjusting to a new normal in that regard. I've always been a desktop person and now I have a laptop. I am happy that that I can still use my big monitor and keyboard, but it's still an adjustment. I lost some things, but not all. I think I'm really just not a person who responds well to change. It's that 'control' thing.
My reading has been sporadic. I hate that too. I always feel 'out of sync' when I'm not reading much. However, trying to adjust. And that brings up the blogging question. Guys, I am really struggling with social media right now. For a bunch of reasons. I want to 'run away, run away' and find my reading 'mojo'. Blogging seems too much work and I am so uninspired. Litsy has been fun, but I'm thinking that it might be a little 'too much' for me right now. A little frantic and 'too many things'. Don't even get me talking about Facebook. I do have an account, but I keep it personal and not connected to this blog at all. It's for family mostly.
So, I am on a 'social media' break of a sort. Or intend to be. I am reading your blogs, but don't worry if I don't comment much. I'm reading those in chunks - like once a week. I'm going to put this blog to 'bed' until the end of this year and then reconsider. I may continue in 2017. I may not. I know I've said that before, but there it is. Again. I promise if it I do close it down for good, I'll do a final post.
Nothing is wrong with me physically - so don't worry about that. I'm going to leave you with some lovely fall pictures from my travels. The first 3 are from New Mexico, which does have a bit of fall color. Mostly not. Lots of pine trees in the area we visit. The last 3 are from Kerrville, TX. Some late flowers, the pears from a prickly pear cactus, and a great saying from the walkway around the Kerrville Library. I loved it.
Take care and have a great holiday season!!