A quick note of distraction

A quick note of distraction

Just a little note…as some of you know, I had reduced computer access due to a family thing for a while recently. 

Well, I have something else going on right now, and it’s not only cutting down on time, it’s taking a lot of my attention.  I am still getting out the posts, but I can’t devote as much time or thought as I usually do to correspondence, and especially to the Amazon forums.

This is temporary, and will go on for another couple of weeks or so. 

I’m not having to write ahead like I did the last time, and I should be able to get to the blogs every day.  I just wanted to let people know that I will catch up on the other communications, but it may not be as timely as it usually is.

Thanks for your patience!  That doesn’t mean not to write (I always appreciate that…you can comment the About page or any post on this blog, tell me it’s private, and I won’t publish it…but I will be able to respond to it privately and I’ll notice it pretty quickly).  I just ask for your understanding on this for a couple of weeks.  🙂

This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the I Love My Kindle blog.

4 Responses to “A quick note of distraction”

  1. lp Says:

    Hope he distraction, whatever it is, is resolved quickly and successfully.
    <>

  2. Tom Madsen Says:

    By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions, one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destination.
    Christopher Columbus

    Take your time, we’ll be patient. 🙂

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