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It’s been three and a half years since I went more than a week or so without posting on Vanderbilt Wife.
I love writing; usually, keeping up here is not work. The problem is, some days I prefer it to my “real life”: freelance writing, housekeeping, being a wife, and parenting two precious children God has entrusted to me.
I need a few weeks to detox from the blogging world. I’d like to not feel the pull every time I pass by the computer to check email, Tweet, check Facebook, etc. I’d like to pay more attention to my kids and my house. I need to find some balance.
So I am going to take the month of June off from blogging. I will probably still Tweet some, although I’m not making any promises and I am not going to keep Tweetdeck up all the time like I have been. If you subscribe by email, you’ll know when I’m back; you can always unsubscribe later.
I still remember reading this post from Stephanie at Keeper of the Home over a year ago. I don’t want my kids to just remember me staring at my computer screen or saying “just a minute.” I want them to remember us having fun, learning about Jesus and the Bible, going places, living life.
I hope you’ll still be here when I return. I know I’ll be itching to write.