Mar 20, 2009

Hibernating? Nah!

Hello everyone!

When I looked back at my earlier posts, I realized that I posted at least twice a week and suddenly I seem to have gone off the screen! That might make people think my garden went into hibernation or may be it’s me? Well, both are not true.

The truth is, few other things have kept me busy. One is my newly acquire birds, then the awakening of the game fanatic in me, the writer in me, and the translator. But strangely, my garden’s been getting more attention from me. Many exciting things have been happening for past few weeks in Plantville, that’s gonna populate this blog with many posts.

Why am I writing this? I don’t know. I just wanted to sit down and speak to you all of what’s happening in my life. May be it’s to get rid of the writer’s block or to share my happiness of acquire the winged beauties with you, or to tell you all that how good the Age of Mythology game (which I must have played at least 20 times in the past) is, or the translator’s block! I don’t know, but I just wanted you all to know that I’m not hibernating and that I’ll be back with the updates soon.

My apologies to all my blogger friends for missing some of their posts. I'm still browsing my blogger list to see if I missed any and I realized that I did.

[yawn] It’s late, hopefully, I’ll start my post tomorrow…

12 comments:

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

We'll be looking forward to see what your garden is looking like! It's good to be busy doing other things anyway. What type of birds did you get?

prue said...

translators block - hehe - sounds even harder than writers block! Look forward to seeing the wonderful pictures of the garden and reading what you have to say. All the best.

tina said...

I was wondering. You sure do a great job talking to other bloggers even when you aren't posting. Glad to hear what's up. Don't worry, we'll be here when you get back to a regular schedule, the blog will be fine. Yes, what type of birds?

Chandramouli S said...

Thank you for the reassurances, Catherine and Tina. I got budgies! Man! Are the little clowns! One is tame now and we let him out free for sometime everyday and the other one's yet to become tame. They're so sweet and are like three-year-olds!

Prue: Tell me about it! Soon to come. Thank you

garden girl said...

Enjoying your new pets is a good reason to take a blogging break. Sounds like you've been busy enjoying life.

walk2write said...

I'm glad to hear that you're okay, just busy, which is a great thing indeed. Are your birds the type that keep you awake at night, and do you have to cover their cage to stop the noisy "talking?"

Chandramouli S said...

I truly have been, Catherine and I love this busy-ness. :)

walk2write: Of course it is :) Nah! They're so sweet that they sleep at least 9 to 10 hours, so they're the least disturbing. Ermmm... They aren't too very noisy. Sometimes they'd start chirping loud but when told not to and when given enough attention for the day, they'd become content. I cover the cage only during nights to let them sleep as we can't turn off the lights early.

Kanak Hagjer said...

Great to know that you'll be posting soon. I did wonder...but having new pets, oh that must be so exciting!

Antigonum Cajan said...

More than once I have written up to

three postings in my humble blog. But hanging out in the garden seems
more trascendental than writing and reading the comments from my groupies since they are not really
into gardening.

However your groupies always write
interesting things. That is why I often visit them to learn from their insight and gardening tricks.

MarionL said...

I'm glad to hear you've just been away temporarily. Sometimes the real world gets in the way of this IMAGINE-ary world (as I call it!)

Here in the Deep South Mother Nature is dancing in her fanciest Spring finery. The Azaleas, Dogwoods, Iris's, and all other manner of flowering plants/trees are exploding with color. I have many photos to share on my blog when I get the time to upload them. You've inspired me to capture as much as I can!!! I also have dozens of baby flowers in egg cartons in my windowsills sprouting. I love Spring, but it sure is much work!! (But well worth it.)

Msrobin said...

Glad you're back!

Chandramouli S said...

Oh it really is exciting, Kanak! That too when the pets are hardly the size of your hands and when they're endowed with wings!

Antigonum Cajan: Oh yea, hanging out in the garden is best thing and next is reading others' blogs which is so full of information and entertainment.

Marion: I'm back, Marion. Thank you for understanding.
I'd love to see the Spring in your part of earth...

Robin: Yes, I am glad too. Finally found the balance point. :)