06 January 2012

What a month!

I have to apologize for being so out of touch. I confess I've hardly even been thinking about bikes even!

Let's see, in the last month I've worked full-time while caring for a baby. That's normal, but I did it without my husband, who had started his new job. I also did it while couch-surfing, because we gave up our apartment but I still needed to work. I coordinated a domestic move, putting our things in storage, and an international move. Then in the midst of all this my sister lost her little girl.

So I haven't been missing without a good reason!

I owe you all a review of a Burley child trailer, which was wonderful and Burley has been beyond patient and understanding about all this. I also have to work out a direction for this blog. There is already a chic cycling blog in Paris... what would you all like to see here?

Missing you all....


JPTwins said...

wait, so you're in paris now?

if that's the case, i'd love to see comparisons and observations between paris and boston. such as: "see this bike lane and infrastructure here... that'd be perfect over near govt. center!"

G.E. said...

I am so sorry for your sister/family. I'm sure that hasn't been an easy thing to deal with, let alone all the other life happenings. Hopefully, you'll find some peaceful, quiet moments and a little time to relax.

MamaVee said...

Oh my. I am so sad to hear about your sisters child.
sending your family lots of love and peace.

Also so sad we never got our coffee but obviously you had a lot going on!!

You are in Paris, how wonderful. Well, there may be already a paris blog- but I would love to still hear your voice. Just see Paris through your eyes, whatever.

It was lovely knowing you through the blog. I wish you all wonderful luck and happiness.


cycler said...

We miss you too!
I'm so sorry to hear about your family's loss.
I'm glad you've arrived in Paris, and can't wait to see what you encounter in the biking life there.
Good luck to you in whatever direction you go.

Trisha said...

Was happy to see a post from you in my Google Reader -- sorry that your absence has been due to such a painful event in your family. Will be thinking of your family.

As others here have said, I'd love to read about your experiences on Paris, cycling centered or otherwise. There can never be too many Paris blogs! :)

Drew Batchelor said...

Commiserations for the passing of your niece. I hope that things get better for you and family in 2012. Thank you for the blog.
Drew, Bristol, UK