Life Without Baby

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A Creative Sabbatical and Reruns July 27, 2012

Summer is in full swing and I am heading off for a vacation. Hurray! Mr. Fab and I will be in England next month, celebrating my mum’s 80th birthday. I’ll be sure to post some pictures of the birthday lady.

I’m also checking myself out on a month-long sabbatical. In my mind, this means unplugging from technology and work responsibilities, and taking the entire month of August to do nothing but creative writing, including working on the novel I’ve been chipping away at for years.

In reality, I’m not going to be able to completely go underground, but in the spirit of trying, I’ll be taking a break from blogging for the next few weeks.

So as not to leave completely dead air, I’ll be posting reruns of some of the favorite posts from the past two years. For those of you who are new to the site, it will be a chance to snoop into the archives, and for those of you who’ve been with me for the duration, it might be a chance to reminisce and see how far we’ve all come.

So for now, it’s adieu, and I’ll look forward to being back in September, refreshed, revived, and ready for a new season.

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6 Responses to “A Creative Sabbatical and Reruns”

  1. Kellie Says:

    Have a great vacation Lisa!!! Can’t wait to hear all about it when you return.

  2. Klara Says:

    I wish you great holidays, Lisa!
    Great idea – unplugging from technology for a while!
    Enjoy!
    And – we are looking forward to some of your favourite old posts!

  3. Re DuVernay Says:

    Have fun!

  4. Mali Says:

    Enjoy your holiday. A month of nothing but creative writing sounds like bliss. I have dreams of doing that one day – preferably in a village in France, or on Santorini! (If I had dreams of doing it here, I’d be more likely to succeed I know!). Anyway – happy writing.

  5. Jenn Says:

    Hope you have a great vacation!

  6. loribeth Says:

    Lisa, have a wonderful vacation! 🙂 I will be taking off to visit my own family soon — can’t wait!)


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