Tying the Knot in a Meaningful and Memorable Way (Without Losing Our Savings or Sanity)

Monday, June 27, 2011

The Best of 2000 Dollar Wedding

This picture encapsulates the idea that I have too much on my plate

It's time to hunker down! I have my first book deadline coming up on August 1 and then the rest is due January 1. Simultaneously, I'm running an e-course called Purposeful Conception: Preparing Your Mind, Body, and Life for Pregnancy; revising a friend's manuscript about effective teacher organization; selling our house; moving to Austin to start a school and an intentional neighborhood; raising Henry; brainstorming my next book idea; doing educational consulting about reading instruction; going on a road trip from New Mexico to Colorado; and maintaining my personal blog. Blah, blah, blah.

Frankly, it's too much. I need to take a little vacation from weekly posting on this blog, so I can focus and consolidate all of my wedding-related thoughts into a super-useful and insightful guide to wedding planning. But those of you who stumble upon this site, don't worry! There's lots of juicy stuff to dig into, such as:

I'll definitely still be popping in from time to time (I know myself and know that I won't be able to stay away! Weddings are a chance to share our values and lives with our nearest and dearest and to start our new families off on the right foot!).

P.S. To those of you who submitted guest posts that haven't run yet, don't despair! I plan to run them when I return. You've sent in some really good stuff! Mille grazie!

Another P.S.: I'm still updating Feeding the Soil four times a week if you're interested in staying in touch!

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1 comment:

andee said...

I completely get it! I'm impressed that you are managing your time effectively (even if that means cutting back here). Good for you! We'll see you soon!

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