KIOS: On Hiatus for Now

This post is part of my series, “Kickin’ It Old Skool: Why and How We Are Old-Fashioned” or KIOS for short.  If you’re new to the series, please read my disclaimer before continuing on.  I’m keeping a table of contents to this series here so you can see what I’ve already written about and what more there is to come.

I had grand plans for finishing this series before our new baby was born.  Then I had grand plans of writing and scheduling all the posts in the next couple weeks so that, even after the baby was born, the posts would keep showing up every Friday and you all would be so amazed with how I could do it all. 🙂

Then yesterday, I decided to actually think realistically and ask, “With what time?”  And so, KIOS is going on hiatus.  Hopefully, by March, we’ll be back to a new normal and I’ll feel able to devote time to real blog writing again.

I was looking forward to writing about why we don’t watch TV, why infrequent showering is great, why we use cloth wipes instead of toilet paper, why we don’t use our computer (or the Internet) on Sundays, why our bathroom cabinet is so empty, and why I don’t wear makeup anymore.

But, I am feeling the weight of “the baby is coming in five weeks, give or take two weeks” and have to accept that I can’t do everything.

So I’ll probably be popping in with a little bit of sewing, a lot of cute pictures of Ellie, maybe a few traveling pictures.  I just don’t have time to do much real writing now and these KIOS posts take more time than I have to give.

I’ll miss writing them.  I hope at least one or two of you out there will miss reading them.  And hopefully, they’ll be back in about three months!

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