We’re Still Here

If you were to go through the recent posts of this blog, it would appear that little is happening in the Kingdom.

The last few posts have been Hope-related, and even those have been few and far between.  For an update, she’s still growing and amazing us every day.  She’s taken a few steps and has a great little drunken walk (without the actual drunkeness).

Other than that, it may feel like not much else is happening.  The weather is horrible, which isn’t surprising considering it is winter.  But for an Island native like myself, I get sick of the cold as soon as the temperature dips below 40.  Combine that with the short days and it feels like not that much is going on this time of year.  When the weather is nice and the days are longer, The Civee, Hope and I usually go out after I return from work and go for a walk or run before cooking dinner and settling in for the night.  These days, I get home, hang out with Hope and the Civee and make dinner.  So it feels like there’s not much to write about.

Also, for the past few years, both Lost and 24 started in January.  Sadly, neither of those shows will be back this year.  Without those twice-weekly automatic topics, the blog may feel lighter on content, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing going on.

I’ll keep posting, especially when something new happens with Hope.  And I’ll keep an eye out for other things to blog about too.  But until then, we’ll still be here.

I should add The Civee thinks this is a weak entry.  I don’t disagree.  She suggests I withdraw it until I have something stronger to write.  I suggest she get her own blog.

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  1. […] Spring training means baseball (yes, even pre-season baseball) is here.  The days getting longer sets the stage for grill season.  And for the past few years, the new season of Lost has always started right around the first week of February, carrying through right up to the beginning of summer (which in addition to giving me something to watch, has given me something to write about). […]

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