Busy Back Soon

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I am not sick. I have not given up my blog but like Owl in Winnie the Pooh, I am busy! After a sluggish start to the year workwise, I am suddenly inundated with translations. I can’t complain but it’s not easy to juggle with work, the beautiful weather, the garden and cycling.  I am (more or less) keeping up with my photographic blog, Loire Daily Photo. In the meantime, may I invite you to join me in the garden with a cold glass of jurançon in front of our wisteria which came into bloom in just two days!

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12 Responses to Busy Back Soon

  1. Not to say that I don’t miss your posts, but I think it’s good that you have work to do. Work that pays, I mean. Enjoy the spring and don’t worry about keeping up with blogging. We all face the same issue once in a while, so just do what you have to do, Rosemary.

    • Rosemary Kneipp says:

      Thank you Anda. I shall go on enjoying the spring. The weather was not very good today so I didn’t have a conflict of interests!

  2. Helen says:

    Thanks for the invitation to join you in the garden. The wisteria is beautiful and I always enjoy a glass of white.

  3. It is better to be working hard than hardly working!

  4. I know that very wine, Domaine Cauhaupe/é? I love a good Jurançon Sec.
    It’s good to be busy with work, as many above have said. This is a very busy time here too with most of my classes ending and finals the last week of April, so I have lost a little blogging mojo too.

    I say we all just need to take these times as they come, and enjoy blogging when we most feel like it! Good luck with your work.

    • Rosemary Kneipp says:

      Yes, it’s Cauhapé. We once visited their vineyard and have stocked up since at the Paris Independent Wine Growers’ Market.

      Thank you for your warm wishes.

      We’ll both get back to blogging eventually.

  5. Carolyn says:

    Glad to hear you are taking the time to enjoy your garden and the lovely weather. The wisteria looks beautiful. Your blog – and your readers – will be ready and waiting for you when your work permits. A little break will make us even keener to read what you have to blog about!

    • Rosemary Kneipp says:

      Thank you, Carolyn, it’s very reassuring to know that readers won’t abandon my blog when I don’t have time to post!

  6. Gunn says:

    Looks like a very pretty place!
    I enjoy the images of spring from where you are.

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