Mullberry Whine

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I’m Sorry Sunday

Three weeks.  THREE WEEKS I’ve gone without posting.

I know, I know.

I’m the worst blogger.  Ever.

But I do have somewhat of an excuse…  I’ve been working from dawn till dusk the last few weeks, learning, reading, examining, documenting, ordering, and scut-working with the best of them into the night.  And when I come home at dusk – I have NO INTERNET.  (And no energy.)  This is, unfortunately, not quite yet fixed (the internet part, not the energy).  But today is my first day off in three weeks that I might post what I’ve written on odd scraps of paper and stowed in my desk drawer for an opportune time.

I know.  It’s no excuse.  Somewhere plays the saddest of sad songs on the tiniest of the tiny violins.


Again, from the worst blogger to the best readers (all two of you) – I’m sorry.  I promise to do better.  And I do hope you enjoy catching up on Mullberry’s month of May.

3 comments on “I’m Sorry Sunday

  1. Peace Of Iran
    May 21, 2012

    Yay 🙂 You’re back! I just figured being a doctor and all you “may” have a busy schedule 😉 Welcome back!

    • mullberrywhine
      May 21, 2012

      I’m so glad to be back – and I have SO MUCH to catch up on. Busy? Nah. Just doing a great job of looking it most of the time. 😉

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