Where’s Kim?

by | Mar 22, 2010 | Uncategorized

If you’re a regular reader here at In Our Write Minds, you may wonder why I’m not posting as regularly as I normally do. I thought I’d give you a little peek into the goings-on around here so you’ll understand.

It’s crazy mode at my house for the next few weeks as we prepare to host a wedding reception for our son and his new bride.

Because their wedding took place in England last summer, very few friends and family on this side of the pond were able to attend, so we’re looking forward to our California celebration.

We’re also excited to spend some time with the two of them—a true luxury, now that we’re an ocean apart. We have a wonderful—albeit full—couple of weeks ahead of us!

I’m finding it hard to squeeze in much writing time, between baking dozens and dozens of cookies, planning all the details for the party, and preparing to speak at a homeschool convention on April 10. If time permits, I’ll do my best to post a few articles between now and the reception. Otherwise, at least you’ll know what’s become of me.

Thanks for understanding!

~Kim

6 Comments

  1. Lillian

    Congratulations! I know how hard it can be with family both sides of the pond. I am British and hubby’s American! I’m sure you’ll have a great CA celebration. And how wonderful they get to celebrate all over again!

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  2. Carol J. Alexander

    Know how you feel, my son married last fall. Congratulations to the beautiful, happy couple.
    Blessings,
    Carol

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  3. JoJo Tabares

    Thanks for sharing the picture! Cute couple! Have a blessed time with them at the reception!

    Reply
  4. Kim

    You’re all so sweet! Thanks for taking a minute to offer your blessings.

    Reply
  5. Pat Vander Beek

    Congratulations! Your new daughter-in-law is stunning and your son is very handsome. I hope all the plans for the reception go smoothly and that you all have a wonderful time! I’ll keep checking to see when you have a new post up.

    Reply
  6. Kim

    Thank you, Pat. Bad Signage and the Quotations posts will continue (they’re already in the queue). Hoping I have time to write an article or two, so do keep checking!

    Reply

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