Wet and Aggressive Corella challenges Magpie

Wet and Aggressive Corella challenges Magpie

Sunday, 27 May 2012

Time out

I am feeling a little bit overwhelmed.  Which I suspect is like a little pregnant.

I have been running on empty for too long.  I am tired to the point of nausea, my eye-balls are sweaty and my brain has retired from the fray.

For the next little while I am going to be absent from the blogosphere while I move myself towards the top of the nurturing required queue.  I will be back in the fullness of time.

51 comments:

  1. Go gently and remember to breathe.
    I hope you are feeling much better soon. Sending strength, healing and thoughts. xxx

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  2. Have some you-time. We'll still be around.

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  3. When you've recharged your batteries we'll all be here waiting for your return, in the mean time take care :-).

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  4. we will miss you till then. May I suggest that at times like these CHOCOLATE is your friend. X X

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  5. I suspect a lot of us have been running on empty, you've had the smaller portion and his sister, not to mention all those bulbs, others have had more on their plates than they can cope with, many are taking a step back from the computer. I think we'll all feel better for it. Take all the time you need.

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  6. Yes, take care of you. Hope you feel better soon. Rest up and pamper yourself.

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  7. Take a good rest, I hope the SP is recovered enough by now to take special care of you.
    I'll miss you and look forward to your return when you feel better. You just jump that "nurturing required" queue and get to the front right now. With love x

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  8. Goo on you. It's so important to take time just for you. I think so many of us forget that we need to do this.

    Look after yourself :-)

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  9. Take as long as you need - your health is the most important thing right now and we'll always be here when you get back. Hugs to you and REST! K xo

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  10. I will miss you! But I know what you mean. We all need to recharge sometimes. ( I could use the time myself). I will be waiting for your return. Hopefully it won't be too long! But just know that I will be praying for you. Hug, Teresa

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  11. Always the wise one. I look forward to your well-nurtured return. Enjoy it while you do whatever's necessary. Blessings.

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  12. I wish you all the best, I hope you get appropriately nurtured!! XX

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  13. We'll miss you...

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  14. I am so glad you are taking care of yourself in this time. I will be looking for your return, EC. You are an important person to many of your fans, of which I am one. :-)

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  15. Rest up....it takes a wise woman to know when to step back and say "enough".

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  16. take care of yourself, good lady! we'll be here when you're back!

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  17. Such a wise move. I shall picture you doing wonderfully nurturing things, like taking a long bath, or a long walk, looking up at the sky, or at a garden, having a long and luxurious lunch, or a long and luxurious nap. Reading, resting. Take care of yourself dear lady, and worry not about us. We await your return, but not impatiently.

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  18. Take care. See you down the road. All the best.

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  19. Please take care of yourself! That above any bloggy things.

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  20. Take your time. Regroup, refresh. Do nothing at all if that's what you feel happy with. We'll be here when you get back. Much love and laughter to you, dear woman.

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  21. you will be missed.
    take care of you because that is what is most important.
    i hope that you begin to feel better and more energized very soon...
    thoughts are with you always

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  22. --Sending you LOTS of love from Minnesota, E.

    XXXXXXXx OOOOO

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  23. DEar EC, I'm glad you're taking care of yourself. We so need to listen to our bodies. I didn't used to do that and so in 2006 I began eighteen months of ill health with Meniere's Disease. That taught me mighty quick to stay attuned to what my body was telling me.

    Rest, refresh your soul and your mind, and be good to yourself.

    Peace.

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  24. Dear EC, there is nothing wrong with running on empty, except of course for not having the wisdom and courage to take a stand and take care of yourself when it is clearly needed. Anything or anyone that can't patiently wait for your healthy return probably isn't worth bothering about. Hope to see you back in this space not a moment before you are ready and able. Meantime, perhaps a little parcel being sent from Vermont on Tuesday will arrive in time to bring you some extra special healing? Be well.

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  25. Good wishes your way EC! Love you, from Oregon!

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  26. Hi EC,

    A wise decision. Take time to nurture YOU! As you said to me, we will be here when you get back. Take care, rest, and enjoy the autumn...it's my fave time of year. Cheers.

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  27. I understand this... take care.

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  28. Yes, I know what you mean, and why this is the best thing to do. Relax as much as is feasible,come back whenever you're ready, and take this big hug from me with you *hugs* xxx

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  29. Noodle soup and autumn sunshine does the trick for me :-)

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  30. I understand too. Take care of you and we'll all be here when you're ready to play again. Sending cyber hugs~ :)

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  31. Take care of yourself. It IS exhausting to keep up, but know we will all be here when you are ready. Or taking our own little break. I will be keeping you in my heart. Peace...

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  32. I understand also, from personal experience. I know I comment rarely here or for that matter anywhere or blog these days as I am into my own personal reserve tank! Whilst I am all but silent on the blogosphere, perhaps we can silently gain strength together. Safe in the knowledge that despite the quiet you will know that I am willing you to gain strength with empathy. I will miss reading your posts. Take care, take time, be kind to yourself. x

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  33. EC!!!!! You take care of yourself, you hear??? Give yourself a warm hug an extra time sleeping in and eat some goldurned chocolate!!!! Doctor's orders!
    We'll miss you around here - take care, OK?

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  34. I thought you were putting yourself on the naughty stair there... but, awww, I understand that feeling (I constantly feel 599 steps behind). You take care of your good self. XX

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  35. Take good tender care of yourself.

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  36. Take care of you first, so you can heal. Looking forward to reading your post, when you're feeling better.

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  37. I wish there was something I could do to help you. But take all the time you need - blogs will be there when you regain the energy you need. xo

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  38. I can't understand why you feel this way, after all Canberra has just had the coldest May mornings for fifty years. I thought there would be a spring in your step and laughter at all of us freezing to frostiness.
    Too much cold? Will I stop casting snow spells now?

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  39. I just found your blog . . . from all the wonderful support here I'll gladly get in line. Just breathe.

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  40. It's a wise person who listens to his or her body when that body is begging for some healthy, nurturing time.

    Take good care of yourself and don't stress.

    Sending relaxing, healing wishes your way... :)

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  41. Feel better. I'm enjoying your blog in the meantime

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  42. My friend,
    Indeed, the main thing is that you take good care of you. Your priorities reveal a healthy attitude. Return when the time is right without creating pressure on yourself. I have every confidence that your blogging friends eagerly await your return:)
    Here's a virtual hug, my 'electric friend' :)
    Gary

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  43. fondly thinking of you!


    Enjoy your weekend!
    Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral
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  44. Knowing when to pull back and take care of one's self is a true position of wisdom. I wish you well and hope you'll be back.

    Pearl

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  45. Dear EC, I hope you are continuing to be good to yourself.

    Peace.

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  46. Take care, and look after yourself. Self nurturing should definitely be your number one priority. The blogosphere isn't going anywhere :) xx

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  47. Wishing YOU Aloha, from Waikiki
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