Sunday, July 25, 2021

How is it July already?

I can't believe that it is 25 July 2021. According to my blog post history, it's been a year since my last entry? I can't beleive it. Shocking actually. 

Blogging clearly hasn't been a priority, which is upseting. But it is not strange since I've felt far removed from my writer dreams and writing ambitions. My heart has just not been in it. But I hope to change that. 

My family and I are doing well during this crazy times of Covid-19, and shocking politcal turmoil. As South Africans we're used to adapting quite quickly, and just keep moving on. 

Our Baking Company is doing well. My sisters and I are directors of our company now. We've truly formalized the business, showing we mean business. It's where I spend most of my focus and time. 

How have all of you been? How have you managed to find the inspration and discipline to keep on blogging over all these years? 

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  1. Not only is it July already, but July is almost over. Insanity!

    I'm glad you and your family are doing well. <3

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    1. Thank you. Are you and your family doing well too? I sure hope so.

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  2. Mostly, I haven't had the inspiration and discipline to keep blogging. I throw up the occasional post, but there's no real rhyme or reason behind it. I aim for once a week, but most months I'm lucky if I do just one post a month.

    I'm very glad to hear you and your family are doing well in these crazy times. And congratulations on the baking company's success!

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    1. Thank you M.J. Your posts are always great. They always seem so well planned out.

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  3. Hi Murees - good to see you and to see what you're doing ... the baking business seems to have been a great idea - congratulations. Your writing will be there whenever you feel like coming back to it - stay strong in the SA troubling times ... cheers Hilary

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    1. Thank you, Hilary. We try to stay positive, and keep forging on. South Africans are great at adapting.

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  4. Congratulations on your new business. That's great that you can be your own boss, which is a dream that many people have. I don't always blog regularly either; sometimes I go months without blogging due to other work responsibilities. And sometimes I just don't know what to blog about. Also, have you had any trouble accessing your reading list of other people's blogs on Blogger? Mine isn't showing anything.

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    1. Hi N.W. Thank you for your support.

      Honestly so many things on here changed so much I barely figured out how to blog again😁 But I access my reading list from feedly. It was just easier for me.

      It is great having our own business together. It is nice. I like the freedom that comes with having your own business. Even though it is at a standstill right now, my writing was my first time having my own business, and I hope to revive it again soon.

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  5. Happy to hear you and your family are all okay. Congratulations on your baking company. Y'all will be a huge success before you know it. Everything is good in Texas. Nasty pandemic, raging crime, horrible swings between a freezing cold winter and blazing hot summer. Even so, we're Texans and we're tough :) So good to hear from you again.

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    1. Hello Carol. Exactly, right? We've learned just. How hardy we can be as humans. I hope you and your family are doing well, and will keep going great. Happy holidays.

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  6. Glad you and your family are doing well.

    www.onegayastronaut.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you. I hope your family and friends are doing good as well.

      Things are crazy, but we'll all find a new normal. Even if it includes permanently wearing masks and avoiding people😁

      Keep well

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