Sleeping On the Job

Twenty-four days.  I blogged for  twenty-four days in a row for NaBloPoMo.  Then, I forgot.  Just when I was finally getting into a rhythm, I forgot all about blogging for a few days.  Um…I’m going to blame it on the pie.  Or maybe the Tofurkey.  Well, not the Tofurkey, because I don’t actually care for it.  (I never really cared for turkey either.)Although, surprisingly, I got a lot of compliments on it.  And on the “grain stuffing” that came with it.  I finally stopped telling people that I didn’t actually make it and very graciously thanked them telling them it was an old family recipe. 

photo (17)             Mimi and my puppy taking a nap and getting cuddles.  (really bad camera shot, but so sweet!)

Now that we’ve properly celebrated and given thanks for all the wonderful things and people in our lives, it’s on to the next holiday.  They just keep coming faster and faster every year!

Don’t worry, the faux-tryptophan is finally wearing off and I’m back on the blogging job.  I’ll be sure to share our December merriment with you…although probably not every day. There’s something to be said about cuddling up with a sweet puppy and sleeping on the job, after all.

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9 Responses to Sleeping On the Job

  1. i missed a few days….either sick or caring for those who were sick. The cold and/or slight flu got us for a while. Those days and maybe some at Thanksgiving, I forgot. I still felt productive about my blogging.

  2. Nate says:

    Ahh I hate when I do that! Sometimes I feel like I’m on the best blog post producing roll and then I forget and get all out of sync.

    Oh well, there’s always tomorrow!

  3. Davy says:

    I hear you about being onto the next holiday. This year was my first Thanksgiving outside of the States (I’m temporarily living in Ecuador,) so I tried to give myself the opportunity to stop and make space for the holiday,

    (here: http://genderinlaw.com/2011/11/24/five-rituals-for-watching-the-macys-thanksgiving-day-parade/)

    since the next holiday, and even the next Thanksgiving (for me, back in America) will come sooner than I know it.

    With all of the speed at which those holidays are coming, thanks for your blogging diligence.

  4. Michael says:

    What the hell is a tofurkey?

  5. Frances D says:

    That is one sweet photo.
    Sending good vibes from New York

  6. Pamela says:

    I don’t like Tofurky either. But I have some other fake stuff I do like.

  7. Pamela says:

    darn cute puppy and it’s pet. hee hee