Lost days. Lost post. Ughhh.
So yes … after receiving some gest for lackof blogging over the weekend… I wrote… I posted… and then
I lost it. the server went down. And I lost my post.
Funnily enough my lost post was actually on lost days.
my friend mark this morning asked in gest if I had lost some days. He was referring to my lack of posts on my blog. But I being Sally thought long and hard (for a few minutes) about the question…
Had I actually, in fact lost some days?
And my answer: yes.
So now I’ve lost a post and days.
Lost days. Lost January — where did it go. I got back from England… had a few days … attended the Princeton Forums … had friends in grief… planned a retreat… led a retreat… and then the cold came — the cold that just never ended. Famine season began. And now February is here. Yes, I’ve lost some days — like an entire month.
So now I’m crazy nuts trying to catch up because of lost days.
So Mark and I wonder, if anyone out there has a patent for how to recover lost days, please let us know. We’d really like to try it out.
My lost post similarly I’m guessing, is a lost cause.
I’m certainly glad though, that regardless of days lost,
life is still to be found.
And actually so is LOST — LOST can be found again Wednesdays on ABC. There just might be a sermon somewhere in all this lost business!
Just remember how much can we learn from trees, Sal.
I seem to have lost a year or two of my teenage years, and I’m still haven’t found them. So as usual, I’m no help.