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I don't blog enough these days

I don't blog nearly enough.  It's strange really because I'm the type that has always kept a journal or diary of some sort.  I need to write out what's on my mind to get it out and feel better for addressing it.  Since I've been pregnant, I can't seem to bring myself to do that and I'm really not sure why.  I have a pregnancy journal as well (actually, I have 2), but I have yet to really write anything in them.  Again, I'm not sure why.  I have so much on my mind and I'm feeling so much with this baby coming (as well as a few other things I've had on my mind as well), but I still can't bring myself to write it out...
I've kept to myself a lot since we got back from the states.  I don't make many calls and I spend my days alone quietly keeping busy.  I've had other expats email me to make contact with other expats living here - I want to respond to them - I keep meaning to and yet I don't any more than I blog when I know I should.  Maybe it's a bit of a slump I need to get through (although it's not as if I'm walking around depressed either) - I don't know what it is I'm going through, but I will try to be more diligent in writing and touching base with the people I know I should.

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Nicole said…
Sounds like we are feeling the same these days. Through all my craziness you always remain a constant on my mind and in my heart.

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