Since I’m Sick, I Might As Well Take a Vacation

Such a vacation it’ll be with me sneezing and coughing.  😛

The kids are all sick too, but since it’s a head cold, I sent them all out to school.  With my husband in Korea, I don’t get the luxury of having someone watch the kids while I rest up.  This is the time of year when kids get a good two weeks to two and a half weeks off of school (depending on the school system).  Between four kids and three separate school systems (one preschool, two here in town, and the deaf kid down in Omaha), I have kids either going to school or not until January 5.  Don’t worry.  I have a calendar to keep track of who goes and on what day.  😉

Anyway, since I’ve been so sick I feel like I’m going to pass out on my way to the mailbox and we have the holidays here, I thought this will be the perfect time to take a vacation, such as it will be.  I’m going to anticipate being back on January 1 since I plan to start up the First Draft blog on that day.  Given we all get well and stay well, that shouldn’t be a problem.  But we’ll see.

So if I don’t email you until after the New Year, you know why.  🙂

About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to contemporaries romances and other genres (such as science fiction thrillers). For more information, please go to or check out
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4 Responses to Since I’m Sick, I Might As Well Take a Vacation

  1. rmriegel says:

    Feel better, Ruth! I hope you have a blessed Christmas! 🙂

  2. I’d hazard a guess that you’re feeling better now.

    BTW, I loved your Christmas tree idea! If I had wall space, I’d use it 😉

    • Yep. We’re all well enough for the kids to go back to school and get sick again. I almost wish I was homeschooling….almost. I’d be suicidal to want to handle schooling four little kids.

      The tree is still up, though one kid glued Merry Christmas to the wall, so a part of that will remain after the ‘tree’ is down. :O

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