Thursday, March 27, 2008

Life: Greetings from Breckenridge



It might seem like I've fallen off the edge of the world this past week, but in reality, I've been on vacation. My husband and I rented a house with four other friends near Peak 8 in Breckenridge, Colo. It's the first ski vacation the two of us have ever taken, and we've been having a blast, even though, technically, we're snowboarding instead of skiing. (Don't you hate reading about how much fun other people are having on their vacations?)

To my EntreCard friends, I apologize that my dropping has fallen to virtually nil. It's a temporary situation that will change when I get back to a regular schedule next week.

I've taken a lot of photos and have mostly gotten them organized, so expect to start seeing more posts on a regular basis. If you want a sneak peak, here's a link to the public photos in my vacation photo-set on Flickr.

8 comments:

  1. It's good to see you haven't fallen off the earth and instead have been having a good time out in the real world. Nothing wrong with that.

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  2. Sounds like you are having a blast. Entrecard can wait.

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  3. It should make you happy, its your blog. :) That's how I feel about my blog too.

    I'm still a new reader here but make a point of coming here through EC every day.

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  4. What a gorgeous photo!
    Glad you're having a good time, I know we all miss having you around but enjoy your free time :D
    Stay safe!! :D

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  5. Sounds like your having a great time! Enjoy!

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  6. Can I tell you how totally jealous I am? Darn it all, I miss those mountains!

    Have a blast!

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  7. Thanks everyone. We did have a blast. Nothing broken, either. :)

    I'm home now and feel like I'm starting to get back into a routine today. I even managed to post a way-too-long snowboarding entry on my site. But this is my blog, and I can post really long journal entries if I want, I guess. :P

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