Where Did I Go?!?

As you can see, I've closed comments on the LDS conversation for now.

Why, you ask?

I'm fried. Totally and completely exhausted and frustrated and sad. I couldn't continue to check my email and comments every 5 minutes like I did when comments were open (and yet I couldn't seem to stay away!). I also felt like whatever I had to say wasn't being heard anymore.

So I made the executive decision to simply end the conversation...for now. Don't worry, I'll be back with another installment. I hope you'll join me again then. We still have lots to talk about, and I do value your input.

If you'd like to talk to me on a more personal and one-on-one level, please feel free to click the "contact" page (top left sidebar), and drop me an email.

Kate & Rob...so sorry to have closed comments before you got yours posted! Kate - please check back and join in when I have a new topic going!

M  – (9/23/2008 04:34:00 PM)  

My dear friend... I could tell it was taking its toll.. but I also know how much it means to you.

Sending hugs!
Marisa

ldsneighbor  – (9/23/2008 09:58:00 PM)  

Daiquiri, I really admire you. I don't know how you keep up such a nice and complete blog. It is very well done and very organized. You are a prolific writer and very smart and talented. And even more importantly, you seem to be a wonderful wife and mom. You certainly deserve a break. I have enjoyed the conversation and I feel like I understand your beliefs a little better. This is good, although it can be time consuming I know. I appreciate you, and I'll check back later after you have a little R&R.

Sonia  – (9/24/2008 05:30:00 AM)  

I was sort of lurking in the shadows for these posts, but found them very valuable even though I never commented on anything. However, in a way I am glad you are taking a break because I was getting very OCD myself with reading them! I am sure my children and husband will be glad to get me back! LOL Anyway, I may give you some of my input when you start up again even though I believe those participating were very eloquent in their responses and I was always afraid I would only muddy the waters. I am sorry you do not feel heard. I could sense there was a bit of frustration on both sides of these discussions. Take care and God Bless! Another LDS friend

Summer  – (9/24/2008 06:48:00 AM)  

I totally was thinking Monday- "Dude- she's pretty much doing this on her own. How is she not burning out?" I think we all needed a break- you're right about being unable to stay away. My friend said she was getting pretty engrossed just reading it, ha! It's like we're a living novel you can't put down... ;D

Fern RL  – (9/24/2008 09:47:00 AM)  

I totally understand. Actually I don't understand how you could ever have done what you have already done. You must be some sort of Supermom, or something. Anyway, I admire you and respect your opinion even when we disagree.

I tried to subscribe to your blog, but I wasn't able, and I sometimes have trouble even finding it with a search, or anything. Oh, well I have now copied the URL into my Word document, and I am sure I will be able to get back that way.

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