Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Hanging up the blog for now

I've been quiet for a few months and think it may be time for me to hang up the blog. At least for the short-term. My husband and I are expecting our first child later this year and my morning sickness has been HORRENDOUS. I haven't had much chance to do any reading or anything else for that matter as everything seems to make me nauseous. I hope in time I will start to feel better and will get back into the reading habit. But wanted to say farewell for now - I am very grateful to have become part of the book blogging community and hope to get back to it someday. You may still find comments from me here and there; when I do feel well enough to read more again your blogs will be the first I go to for book recommendations!

10 comments:

Stephanie said...

Sorry to hear that you are shutting down (and about your morning sickness - I felt the same way when I was pregnant with my first and didn't feel like doing anything, including reading a book)! Hope to see you back one day.

tanabata said...

Sorry to hear about the morning sickness but congratulations anyhow. Hope to see you back in blogland someday.

On An Even Keel said...

Congratulations on the baby! Sorry about the morning sickness though. Doesn't sound like much fun -- especially if it hinders you from reading.

Hope to see you back soon!

LK said...

Hope you come back one day! Take care of yourself and the baby.

kat said...

Get some rest and do your prep work for the bambino. Best wishes

Danielle said...

Congrats on the baby! How exciting. I do hope you'll come back once life calms down. And I definitely hope you feel better enough soon to start reading again. Best of luck!

Susan said...

Sorry to see you go, but good luck with the morning sickness. A new baby will keep you plenty busy!

Heather said...

congratulations - i'll miss you.

nutmeg said...

As you can see I've been a bit absent from blogland myself and have missed the news of your pregnancy (and morning sickness!) Congratulations on the former (not so much the latter!) All the best for the future :-)

Molly said...

Hi,

I am reading the Pandora Prescription by James Sheridan and I was curious if you have ever read it? Also, have you heard about this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbx3qnKKC0Q

-Molly