Monday, 17 September 2007

Where's Epi?

It's been a fortnight since I last posted a single word, or since I last visited my friends' blogs.

In total embarrassment, I apologise for disappearing off the face of the earth as it were, but it really has been - and still is - pretty hectic.


If I were to sum up the goings on in my life in these days, it would be as follows:

WORK

Yes, that's where I've been! Working like it's going out of fashion!

Clocking an average of twelve hours a day, including - albeit reluctantly - participating in the relief for the victims of the recent wildfires.

That's pretty much it!

I've been spending most of my limited free time catching up on some Z's and trying to keep my house in a livable state.

Highlights of the past two weeks have been taking my car in for a service (and changing break ads) and voting on the general election! That's pretty pathetic for life content in any one's book. Right?

Unfortunately, I'm still not in a position to guarantee frequent posts, but I promise to put in a more concerted effort.

I miss you guys!

Talk to you soon!!!

19 comments:

Kate said...

EPI!

Wow! Glad you're back, at least somewhat. Don't worry - I will be loyal and continue to check in with you. Hang in there!

Blur Ting said...

Yippee! we missed you Epi.

Amel's Realm said...

MISS YOU TOO, Epi!!!

Yeah, I knew you'd still be swamped by work. :-(((

Hopefully later on you can live "normally" again. Tsk tsk tsk...

JYankee said...

Hi EPI!

Yes we missed you and look forward to your "return". We won't give up on you!!!

Random Magus said...

Yay...you're back. You were really missed!

Sam said...

We can always tell what's up in someone's life by how many or few posts they have. :)

Michelle said...

I've missed you too! ;-)

To be honest.. I've been pretty scarce here on blogland myself.

Angie Weid said...

Yeah, he's back.

I missed you, too!

therealmotherhen said...

i thought - either epi got stuck at work or his girl went to see him; i was hoping for the latter though...
now i'm just so glad you're alive and well.

Angie Weid said...

where oh where has epi gone?
Oh, where oh where could he be?

Rebecca said...

Hi, Epi. So glad to see that you resurfaced, I was getting worried about you! I, too, have gone dark for nearly 10 days. Not worries, I'll keep checking. Hope all is well in your corner of the world. How is the new computer system coming along? Now that the fires are out of the US headlines, how is the country faring?

The Real Mother Hen said...

It has been a month, so knock knock, anybody home? :)

Kate said...

Hi, Epi-

I still come on every couple of days, to see if you're around. I'm going to take you off my blog-roll for now, but it would be a huge favor to me if you would let me know when you re-enter the blogoverse again, so I know you're posting again. Take care.

Loz said...

Hi Epi
like the rest of your blogging buddies I'm wondering how you are.

Michelle said...

Ditto ditto all above. Where are you? How are you?

Rebecca said...

Hi, Epi.

Hope you get you comments via email. I wish you a very Merry Christmas and happy new year. I do miss your posts...

Rebecca.

Michelle said...

and Merry Christmas for 2008... and best wishes for 2009, wherever you are, whatever you're doing.

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