Gan is over now, so my 3-year-old is at home with me.
In another week, everyone else will be home too, except for those who work.
This means for the next 4 weeks, there'll be no day-to-day routine. There will be times that will be jam-packed and times with lots of free time, along with varying amounts of sleep deprivation, and I'll have little way of knowing when I'll have computer time and when I won't.
So posts and comments-approval will probably be erratic.
And I apologize for any irritation that causes.
Baruch Hashem, I don't have a nice neat life that enables me to organize, plan, and schedule things in a nice, neat, predictable way.
Instead, I've got a thriving & blessedly messy life with lots of great opportunities for spiritual advancement, and relationships with precious vibrant neshamahs (i.e. my husband and children).
It's not predictable or tidy, but it's ultimately fulfilling, full of blessing & opportunities.
Anyway, just wanted to let you know.
May Hashem grant us all a safe & rejuvenating summer (or winter, if you're Down Under).