Wednesday, March 24

Straddling the line between hanging in there and not...

I'm terribly embarrassed by my own blog at the moment but please forgive me - I haven't had time to get even half the things done that need to be done between a never-ending stream of visitors (all wonderful but still time consuming), getting ready to move, writing grants, finishing up at work, worrying about the health of family members, missing friends, getting ready to miss even more friends and the list goes on and on...

I have heaps of news but you're just going to have to wait a little longer!

In the meantime, here's a cute distraction.


Ruthie said...

Can't believe you've had time to post anything, Jac! No worries... :-)
'Little Roo and the wrapping paper' sounds like a story title... something for the future?! Good luck with all the move stuff - you know we're all thinking about you

Anri said...

whoa, I'm sure he's got bigger since we saw him! How cute though, just watched the video about 3 times as he is far too sweet!
Looking forward to your next blog update but I know you're super-busy!

Mothersupex said...

What a lovely piece of film and how cheap it will be for us to give him presents. A roll of wrapping paper will probably last till he is around 13?

I honestly didn't think that you would have even thought about the blog, with all that is going on in your life, and sorry we are adding to your worries.

Hugs and much love, especially to the little Roo.

Gran x

Clare Blue's Alias said...

That IS a cute distraction -- you're forgiven! ;)
Sending peaceful thoughts and all good things, from Hobart xxx

Anonymous said...

Thanks Jac. Hope all the loose ends come together and you can all take a deep breathe and enjoy your last days in SA. Can't wait to give Roo a cuddle.

xx Jeannie

Anonymous said...

It's Elmer, yeah?! And wrapping paper, of course! Sending our love your way, and hoping the next couple of weeks go as smoothly as they can :) Love Britt. X

Adrienne said...

We are sooooo looking forward to squeezing that baby (and it's beautiful mummies).

x the A's and the Bump

word verification = preshon : a preshon is a single unit of life pressure. Moving house, moving over seas, writing grants and shredding your heart for loved ones are about 2 - 3 preshons each. The good news about preshons is that if you share them around there's fewer preshons per inch, lessening the apparent weight on ones shoulders.

Big A said...

I'm way late on this, but the footage of Marty is much appreciated. Can't wait.

And thanks, Adrienne, for another definition!

Bee the Comics Widow said...

Happy Easter you 3! I'm thinking you must be very close to winging your way back to the southern hemisphere. Safe travels and hope to see you all soon :)

B, C & P xox

Vikki said...

That wrapping paper never stood a chance! I am keeping you and your family in my thoughts.

Johannes said...

You are in our thoughts these days! Hope your home-trip (as we call it in Norway when going home) goes smoothly. Much love,

Mona, Alfred, Anna and Johannes