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Why I'm not saying much at the moment:

You're probably wondering where I've gone! I am still here. I am still reading other peoples blogs. I haven't forgotten you all. I promise!

Right now there's stuff going on in my life that I can't write about just yet.Some of it good, some of it not so good (but working on making it good!) All of it I will blog about later. Right now though I can't think about anything else so rather than stick my great big feet in my mouth and cause a whole lot of hassle I am keeping schtum!

And to cap it all off I am having a rough year as far as SAD in concerned, and I am suffering from a rather nasty bout of sinusitis too. So I'm not too much fun. I could come on and make a token post or two but I would only wind up rambling on about SAD etc and to be frank I have done that to death in previous years.

So in the mean time I hope you will continue to join my link parties, and do stick with me... it's almost February, and I always perk up come Feb and the start of the spring flowers!

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