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There’s a lot happening in the blogosphere…

25 October, 2013

I need to catch up on it! 

For example, I didn’t know James had a blog. 

Since I am so out of things, please, let me know what great new-ish blogs I might be missing. And by the way, there are Reasons I have not been blogging much of late. I’ve also not been socializing much, or much of anything, for the past year or so. Much has been happening in my life, and some has recalled the time I saw something nasty in the woodshed. Unlike Aunt Ada, however, I haven’t got a large family living in fear of my wrath and caring for my every need. But I got that retreating from the world thing down pretty well. Anyway, I’m starting to crawl back out from my cave… really.

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  1. J Liedl permalink
    25 October, 2013 6:08 pm

    I’m glad to hear that you’re crawling back out. I don’t know what’s new in the blogosphere but I know that I missed seeing you here!

  2. 27 October, 2013 1:09 am

    I’ve missed you here. I’m glad things are improving (though I’d rather they hadn’t gone bad in the first place). Retreating is handy as a method for getting through, I think, for I’ve done it myself.

  3. 8 November, 2013 4:52 pm

    Best wishes for continuing to crawl out of the cave. I presume you already know about Theresa Earnefight’s blog on queens (http://theresaearenfight.com/). But did you know that Kate Cooper now also has a blog (http://kateantiquity.com/)? And the Sheffield History Department blog (http://www.historymatters.group.shef.ac.uk/) also includes some interesting medieval posts.

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