Posting schedule: summer vacation is for blogging moms, too

I’ve been posting almost daily since April, when I started in earnest to write Really Wonderful Things. I hope that all of this hard work has built up a nice portfolio on a variety of topics, and that my archives now have lots to offer for new readers who stop by.

Starting immediately, my summer schedule will be a post on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

PEI beachSummer vacation, for us, means travel, family activities, and time away from our desks. Wifi isn’t readily available—nor would I want it there!—in the wilderness.*

I’m not neglecting those of you who do me the honor of following RWT. I’m unplugging. It’s supposed to be good for you.

And I’m really only unplugging a little bit.

If I have access to Wifi, I will still read and answer comments every day.

Contact phoneI expect I will continue reading most, if not all, of the blogs I follow, too. Following a blog can feel like making a friend. I want to find out what happens next.

I reserve the right to write extra posts at any time. I may not be able to help sharing Really Wonderful Things that I learn, see, or do this summer. I’m an enthusiastic over-sharer. It’s who I am.

Here’s wishing every reader** a summer season abundant in everything really wonderful to you.OR Florence - 2011

*Maybe wilderness can be defined here as the local park, or a campground with hot showers, but the point remains.

**I know I have some followers from the Southern Hemisphere. You are headed into winter. Perhaps my summer posts can help warm your cold days.


Phandelver game dice

  • NEW: learning to DM (Dungeon Master, i.e., run and referee) a D&D role playing adventure
  • Reading everything I can get my hands on about my passion-of-the-moment
  • Traveling vast distances at low rates of speed, usually in the company of minors
  • Rational exploration of natural living and healthy food choices
  • Making the world a better place
  • Language as fascinating cultural artifact and tool for interpersonal cooperation
  • Long-term food storage planning & occasional cookery
  • Home improvement with heavy emphasis on IKEA
  • Silk dyeing
  • DRIP investing and financial self-help
  • Medieval Jewish life from a woman’s perspective
  • Optimizing… everything!