Holiday Online Hiatus

This Christmas break was absolutely wonderful – the best ever. I decided to take an online hiatus during the holiday season to focus on just absorbing every moment of life detached from the pc. It was a very relaxing, yet still eventful week, which included having our engagement photo session by The Pic Chick (I’ll do a photo post soon, but for a sneak peak, see a my engagement photo album on Facebook), getting surprised with the most lovely engagement ring on Christmas Eve morning, hosting a family get together, spending all of Christmas day quietly at home with the love of my life (which was the best present ever), playing a fair share of tennis, and seeing the Dancing with the Stars tour.

I plan on getting back on track with this site, my subscriptions, and all my online communities once the new year begins. In the meantime, I hope that everyone is having a great holiday season, and is looking forward to the start of a fantastic new year!

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  1. says

    Hey Kristi, it’s good to see that you are having a great time. I reckon I will wait until you post those pics on your blog as I love to let the suspense build. Wishing you and yours the best for the new years, as always your Aussie mate, Sire. :)

    Sires last blog post..Blog No Evil,The Fourth Wise Monkey

  2. says

    Happy New Year and all the best for 2009, Kristi!
    Thank you for being Stories of Picture friend throughout 2008!
    I hope we will see each other again in 2009!

  3. says

    @Sire: Those pics are coming pretty soon. :)

    @Wayne: Thanks! We were about five rows from the front I believe, which was pretty cool.

    @Aldhis: Thanks, and I hope your new year is good so far.

    @Trader Mom: I don’t know much about trading and whether this could apply, but I’ve seen a blog that writes about business intelligence, using references to buying cars, European travels, etc., and thus is able to add photo representation of those references.

    @Debbie: Thanks. The show was good. If the security guard hadn’t given my camera the evil eye, I would’ve gotten some video. The downside of being close to the front and having a pro-looking camera.

    @Ben: Thanks, I wish you the same. Definitely trying to make time to relax, but that is little and far between some weeks.

    @Daily Google Trends: I shall do my best!

    @Ari: Yes, traffic does slow, but it makes sense as people are making more time for family, friends, vacations, etc. Best to you in 2009 too!

    @Morgan: Thanks, I hope your holidays were excellent as well! :)