Years ago, when I decided to take a breather, I called it a sabbatical. I had every intention of returning to work a year or so later. I just needed time to unwind; I was afraid I might snap if I did not get away from my office and my clients. The one year turned into three and, ultimately, morphed into early retirement. My only regret is that I did not do it five years (or more) sooner.
This sabbatical, an unplanned and unexpected break from my blog, came on suddenly. It may last just a few days. Or it may last as long as I do. This time, it’s not that I need a break from my blog; it’s that I need to restructure my priorities and tend to priorities more meritorious than this blog. So, my attention will be devoted elsewhere until I can comfortably direct it here.