Wednesday, April 28

Nothing to say...

Well, it's been a couple weeks since I asked myself if I still want to blog. I actively thought about blogging during those weeks and honestly, I have nothing to say! It's not that my life is completely boring, it's just that I don't really have anything I feel like sharing these days.

So, I guess my decision at this time will be to not blog. Of course, if anything truly exciting happens I am totally going to share with you all. I started blogging as a way to make some new friends and I have absolutely done that! I will still check your blogs and if you are on Facebook we can be friends! Look me up...

Jennifer D.

With that said, I want to give a shout out (in no particular order) to my favorite bloggy friends. Blog or not, we are still friends!

Colleen @ Young Adventures
~~Colleen, I am so excited for you, Rob and Linlee on your journey to grow your family. I can't wait to hear all about your new addition! Your daily pictures of Linlee may be for the grandparents but they sure make me smile too! You are an amazing mother and I truly admire the dedication and love you have for your child!

Karen @ 33 for a Moment
~~Karen, I will never be able to eat Chick-fil-a without thinking of you! I am so happy to have "met" you and been able to see Kate grow up (way too fast!) I am also overjoyed for you and Tanna as you prepare to welcome Isaac to your family! I am looking forward to seeing the (many!) pictures of him in your arms!

Casey and Gen
~~These two California Girls are the most amazing Moms of Multiples! I love reading your blogs and hearing about all your Cali adventures! Especially when all 7 kiddos are together!

Kirsten~~One of the very first blogs I added to my reader! You and I share a heart string through our sweet Coleman! We also seem to share the same sense of humor! I'm glad you "suspended" you blog first, now I don't feel like such a loser!

Raine @ True Confessions of a Single Mother
~~Raine, I'm so happy to have met you too! I love hearing of your adventures with Ryder and the Ferris Wheel! You remind me of myself about 10 years ago...Yikes, am I really that old? Actually, you are much stronger than I am and I am so proud of you for the strength and stability you give to Ryder!

Mama Kat~~This cool gal's blog has recently "blown up!" But I was there in the early days when she only got a few comments and didn't get to travel and speak at all the fancy blog conferences! I'm so glad she went to rehab and dropped the crack addiction!

Shea~~My book buddy! I love getting book ideas from you. And books too! Don't forget to keep up with Shelfari so we can compare book lists!

Renee @ My Special Ks
~~Another strong gal I truly admire! I am honored to have been able share your entire journey to Kellsey! I smile at every pic of Kassidy and Kameron's adventures. I get teary at just how very far Kennedy has come in the past couple of years...she's been through so much and is an amazing little girl. With great hair! ;) Don't stop quoting Keeghan! That boy is something else! I love you all and pray for Frank's safe and quick return!

This isn't goodbye...it's just "Until next time!"

5 comments:

Raine said...

Thanks <3

Michelle said...

:( I'm sad for 2 reasons....

Colleen said...

Awe Jen, you are so sweet. Well, I'll miss your posts, but I'll still check in on you now and then for any updates.

Take care,
Colleen

Kirsten said...

Ahhh, thanks for the shout out. As you can see, no only did I completely STOP blogging myself, I stopped reading them too! I was just meandering the blog-o-sphere and thought I would check out if anything was up with you. Although I know you moved, from Facebook! I am secretly glad you stopped writing too, because this means that NEITHER of us is losers, just giant WINNERS for know when to quit, which was when we were ahead! :-)

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