Monday 9 July 2012

Listening to my body ...

Remember THIS POST? Well, yeah, something has got to give. I'm TIRED. And I've had a huge curve ball (day job stuff) thrown at me this morning, so guess what that means?


I imagine I'll be out for about a month or so ... but you might see me lurking around now and again, leaving a comment here and there ... and you can always find me on FACEBOOK, yes?

I hope you all have an excellent summer, and will probably see you again around the end of August.



  1. This is the second post I've read this morning. And both were to announce a blog vacation. I'm going on several this summer because there is no way I'm blogging while on vacation.

    Enjoy your much deserved break, Jessica. :D

  2. You need some time off from blogging. Hope you get everything done and find some time to recharge.

  3. Well good luck, I hope the day job stuff isn't to stressful. Rest when you can, ok.

  4. A lot of bloggers are going on a well-deserved vacation. Enjoy it Jessica.

  5. Take care of yourself Jessica. Rest and rejuvenate. The point is to enjoy life, not make yourself sick.

  6. Happy vacation Jessica! Enjoy, restore and come back with lots of fresh exciting things to talk about.

  7. Recharge those batteries!! :)

  8. Oh! I hope it's nothing major. Take care of yourself, and I know. This summer is CRAZY! We're all just too busy. I know I am. ((hugs)) miss you! <3

  9. Enjoy your blog break, you've deserved it.


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