Well, I'm not officially signing off or ending Moose Nuggets yet.
But I will say that it has been increasingly difficult to find time for blogging.
In addition to caring for a sick baby (doing better and making some progress, by the way!), our days have been filling up quickly with things to do that take precedence over driving 15 miles to the library and trying to blog while my kids run rampant in the library. (Sorry Miss Joyce and Miss Nancy-and thank you for tolerating them!)
As much as I would love to promise the get back to blogging at one point or another, I only see our days getting even more and more busy and beautiful Delta Junction begins its spring thaw. There are chicken coops to build, land to clear and break into for farming, and switching out winter gear for summer gear.
In our house, that means the ice fishing gear (for J) and the knitting needles (for me) get traded out for regular fishing gear, camping gear, and farming gear.
If you are local, I hope you are out stomping around in the slush like we are!
Sorry I haven't been able to be more consistent in blogging. Those of you who know how to contact me are still welcome to do so! Haley- still looking forward to meeting you when you get here, so stay in touch!
So this blog is going to take the path of the moose...
Funny thing about moose- those buggers can be elusive, and sometimes you can't even see them, even though they are very close by in the trees. Then, out of no where, they like to pop up on the highway.
Until the next time I can pop up for air,
Happy Moose Trails!