Saturday, April 24, 2010

The Unblog.

This coming week my three year old son has eye surgery, I have a seven year old's surprise birthday to plan, and I really need to catch-up on writing my Jedda Hitler book. So that means I'm going to unplug all week. All. Week.
I've never done that before...
Today (Saturday) I'm going to try and visit as many of your blogs as I can, but if I don't get to them all, I apologize. Please believe I wanted to. And that I'll miss ya'll terribly.

I'll see ya'll back on May 3rd for Elana's Hug an Author Tour Day.

33 comments:

  1. Get a lot done! I know unplugged time can be important :)

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  2. Strabismus?

    My now nine-year-old had surgery for exotropic strabismus on both eyes (at two). This was after 1.5 years of patching. All is beautiful now. Hope things go well with your guy.

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  3. I think I unplug probably every few days. Ha! I'm so bad at posting regularly at all. Pretty much, I post just whenever I feel like it. Sometimes, I wonder how I even keep followers.

    So, anyway, I say take the time you need! And good luck with your son's surgery. I hope all goes well. I know it can't be easy on you.

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  4. If only you were UNPLUGGING for a more fun reason! (Like a trip to Hawaii or Greece) :)
    We will be praying for little I. guy and are still trying to come for K.'s suprise party!

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  5. Hope all goes well with your son's surgery :)

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  6. OK, maybe "enjoy" wasn't the right sentiment (my mind was thinking "birthday party" not "eye surgery"). I hope all goes well with that! :)

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  7. You have a lot going on. A lot of stresses. I hope the surgery goes well. I hope the birthday party is a smash. Take care.

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  8. Oh, I send lots of healing thoughts for your son--and for you. It's so hard to have a little one going through that.
    May the party and writing go well, too!

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  9. Hope the surgery and the birthday party both go well. Stay strong--the blogosphere will still be here when you get back! :)

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  10. Good luck with the surgery and the party. We'll still be here when you get back ;-)

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  11. Good luck with the eye surgery. I had eye surgery when I was little (a piece of metal got stuck in my eye at the playground) and it was the first time I had to be put under anesthesia. My mom was a wreck. But we got thorugh it and my eye is fine.

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  12. Aw, we'll miss you, but take the time you need and we'll be here waiting! All the best for everything coming up this week.

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  13. Also wanted to mention you'll find an award waiting for you in my Monday morning post.

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  14. Just when I find you ... you unplug ;) I'll look forward to when you come back.

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  15. I hope the surgery goes well and have a revitalizing rest.

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  16. Good luck with unplug week. My boy had eye surgery at three too. Everything went fine! His eyes are no longer crossed. (Is that what your son's surgery is for?) Can't wait to see you on here again!

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  17. I hope his surgery and the party go well. Enjoy your unplugged time!

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  18. Best wishes for the surgery. Beautiful blog, always nice to meet a fellow writer :)

    Regards
    Val

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  19. Have a great unplugged week!!!! Good luck with the surgery and writing!

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  20. Wow good luck on getting everything done!! :)

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  21. I hope everything goes well with your son's surgery.

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  22. I hope everything goes well. Take care XX

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  23. Hi, Jackee! I hope your son's eye sugery went well and the party planning was successful.

    I think it's great that you've chosen to put your family PRIORITY!

    That's awesome, and it's the way it should be.

    Have a nice week being unplugged. I think we should all take note, and do this from time-to-time.

    Tory

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  24. Miss ya, Jackee. I hope you're having a good week. And I hope your soon is doing well.

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  25. Unplugging is SO GOOD for you every now and then. I hope you're having a great week and I hope the surgery went well.

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  26. Best of luck! My son had heart surgery in 08 and I know how hard that was. You'll make it through this week!!! And we'll all be here on the other side.

    Enjoy your time with your family, and many happy birthday candles.

    Michele
    SouthernCityMysteries

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