Monday, August 4, 2008

Taking a Break

Where has this summer gone? It seems that I was just packing to go on vacation and already the summer seems to be fading as quickly as it came. The last couple of months have been hectic, to say the least. Between the numerous trips have been a series of personal and family pressures that have quite obviously taken their toll on this little blog. For those of you still reading, I thank you sincerely. I will be taking the next few weeks off officially to try to catch up and focus on my family and what is truly most important in this life. I will return shortly hopefully brimming with new ideas and fresh wedding and party planning inspiration. Hopefully you will still be here to share them with me. Take care and remember to enjoy every day.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't be gone to long I will miss your post:(

-gjp

Jihan said...

i'll insert myself into those "next few weeks", thank you very much.

see you soon!
wowee!
J

Jaime @ It's A Jaime Thing said...

Enjoy your time off, and of course, we will all still be here waiting for your return! Your blog is wonderful...

Take Care!
-Jaime @ "It's A Jaime Thing"

Anonymous said...

are you the bride that had the short poofy wedding dress with the multi-colored crinoline?? if so please let me know where/how you did this!! your dress is the dress of my dreams!! i am on a very tight budger and would love any tips/advise you have. please email me @ ramosk@nyack.edu

{The Perfect Palette} said...

enjoy your break!!

work in new Zealand said...

Hey no worries families come first. Take time to realize your priorities and hopefully you will find what you’re looking for.

Philippine Real Estate said...

You’re reader are going to miss you. I hope all will be settled as soon as possible. I’ll still be checking out your blog. Have fruitful break.

Fri at WEDDING NOUVEAU said...

Take care of yourself, first and foremost. Looking forward to your blog return:-)

Stela by wedding vows said...

Happy journey and enjoy your vacation. Come soon with your new blogs.

Thanks
Stela

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