|Massachusetts State House|
I feel as if I've been engaged in a bit of a marathon, myself, having posted on this blog six days a week since mid-November, 2009, with a one-week hiatus in January, 2010. I've decided it's time for a break. Later this week, I'll be returning to the Boston area and making final preparations for my son's wedding in mid-May. What with closing up my Miami apartment and getting resettled in Newton, plus attending to last-minute wedding details, I'll be busier than usual, while still needing to keep up with work on my website, BreastFree.org. I also plan to focus on my Chinese lessons (see "Gwong Dong Waa"), in the hope that I'll be able to say a few intelligible Chinese words at the wedding.
I'm not promising to remain completely silent during my vacation. If I can't resist sharing an experience, an opinion, or a photograph before then, you may hear from me. But I plan to resume my regular blogging on May 18th — not exactly a cosmic event, but I should note that on that date exactly one hundred years ago, the Earth passed through the tail of Halley's Comet.