Monday, November 26, 2007

Gratitude Monday - Honey, I’m Home Edition

I’ve gotten through my long dark night of the blog and it is so good to be back.
I’m grateful for the break in that it showed me I’ve become dependent on cyber communicating. I experienced a sense of loss and disconnection.

I’m grateful for the library as I could go in and check my email and sort out the fun some of you were having on my blog. Thanks. I really enjoyed it.

I’m grateful for my blog buddies and for the contact and sense of community blogging brings.

I’m especially grateful that I have a chance to think before I respond. I’m not saying that I will think each time, but I have the option to do it and you don’t always get that in spoken conversation.

I have a new computer and an entirely new updated system. I’d been working with Windows 98SE until bulging and leaking capacitors finally did it in. Of course it had nothing to do with the UFO post I’d written. Nothing at all…

Anyway it’s Monday and I’m grateful to be back in the blogging saddle.

Thanks for your patience.

10 comments:

Hilary said...

(it was all Baggie's fault!)

I mean.. welcome back Leah!

:)

Leah J.Utas said...

Thanks, Hilary. It's good to be back.

Crabby McSlacker said...

Hooray, she's back!

And that's quite impressive to find so much to be grateful for after a computer catastrophe--most people would still be cursing and growling!

We missed you.

Leah J.Utas said...

Thanks, Crabby. I missed you too.

the Bag Lady said...

dfLeah, so glad to have you back in our little community! And don't listen to Hilary - the Bag Lady may have been the instigator, but Hilary did her part, too!

bunnygirl said...

Welcome back! There's no place like 127.0.0.1! :-D

Leah J.Utas said...

It's really good to be back, Bag Lady.

Good one, Bunnygirl.

Hilary said...

Cute one Bunnygirl.. Someone who knows that home is where you hang your @

;)

Terrie Farley Moran said...

This crowd is tooo punny!

df Leah, I am grateful that you are back on the blog. I have done the library thing for months at a time and I share your gratitude. How much poorer our lives would be if we didn't have the valuable free services of the public library.

Terrie

Reb said...

(Sis started it!)

Glad your back, we all missed you.