I have two projects (which are relatively small) to try and get out of the way and get finished tonight; I’m relatively certain I can do it.
Then, another one that is less-certain to get done before Wednesday; two other ones to at least get started with; a further one that could be as large or as small as I decide to make it (though “larger” seems likelier); and about five others that would be good to get underway before the end of the week. Feck…
And, I’ll be gone for much of the day tomorrow, visiting my sister and my niece, who is home and doing well, but who we didn’t get to see as planned this previous week.
So, I’m going to be putting blogging on hold for the next few days, with the following exceptions: on the 30th, I’m going to do “The Year in Antinous: 2013,” and on the 31st, we have two important Ekklesía Antínoou-specific observances to make. Other things will be happening meanwhile, too, but it is far more important for me to be away from blogging to do them at present than it is to be blogging just for the sake of it.
I hope everyone’s final days of 2013 are going as well as possible, and I look forward to discussing things with you further on Monday and Tuesday!