Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Sunrise – Musings of a vacationing greener

No, I’m not on vacation yet… I was speaking more of a vacation from my life. The month of July was a pretty rough one with lots of challenges and grief. I want to apologize to the readers that I’ve let down over the last few weeks, but time was needed to get my health and soul back in check.

Where am I now with all my grand plans for a greener summer?

Although I haven’t quite fulfilled all my goals (100 mile diet Challenge has been postponed until September, canning season has been pushed back because of the weather, the elimination of processed foods was slowed due to lack of energy and will), I still have been striving to keep my house and home as green and organic as I possibly could. I've discovered quite a few new products I'm looking forward to sharing and recipes that I hope you will like.

I plan on getting back to writing starting this week-end. Inspiration is still a bit hard to come by, but I will try my best.

I hope you have are all spending a wonderful summer (or winter for my southern readers) and it feels good to be back, even if it’s simply to share the sunrise with you.


Thomas Winther said...

Great to have you back, Yanic :-)

I hope August will prove less rough for you.

I've written two posts while you were gone that are intended to boost green morale, so to speak. Take a look if you like, maybe they'll help with your inspiration?

Does every little bit really help?
How to green the world by running your mouth

Small Footprints said...

Hi Yanic! It's so nice to have you back! And there's no need to apologize to any of us ... we've just been here, waiting for you ... and sending good, positive thoughts your way!

My feeling about goals is that it is good to have them and even better to be flexible with them. So, you'll accomplish everything you wanted to ... just maybe not in the time frame that you intended.

Thank you for the sunrise ... it's beautiful!

Take Care, Yanic!

Small Footprints

John Sexton said...

Great to see you back! I hope you that you were able to sort out everything and that you are doing well.


John Sexton