It seems I have lost a bit of blogging mojo. I know for a period of time I was wrapped up in promoting and doing things for the local homeschool co-op I started. Doing that entered me into the facebook realm. Prior to that I didn't have facebook. I found myself doing more and more of micro blogging on facebook. Sharing links, sharing info about the kids, homeschooling, that I didn't feel the need to come here and blog about it.
The group I started is going strong and growing and I have stepped down as a leader. I needed to step down for personal reasons. I'm glad where the group has gone, I'm glad it's growing, and I can't wait to see what's in store for it.
So what of homeschooling? Well we at the beginning of May we called it the end of the school year so the kids have been hanging out around the house on the computer and tablets a bit more then I would like. Of course I could step up and say hey no more computer time for today and pull the plug on them or at least limit them.
I have started to plan for next school year. At the end of July I'm going to a homeschool conference. I can't wait it will be my first conference ever. It's Catholic based so that's making me looking forward to it even more. I don't know what I'm looking forward to the most: the speakers or the used book sale!
So that's a yet another quick blogging post? For my long time readers and fellow bloggers what do you do to prevent blogging block? Or drying up? And if you have hit a dry spell what do you do to come out of it? I look back at this blog history and I would hate for it to go totally dead. Sometimes I think about starting over and starting with a fresh blog, but I'm not sure I truly want that too.