Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Power is Back!

11 days. That's how long we were without power after the December 11th ice storm here in NH. It is so nice to have hot running water and a stove again! And just in time for Christmas. :-)

It will be a few days as I get back and running here online... but you can expect new posts and a new e-zine before long.

It's nice to be back!

Jennifer

15 comments:

Mary said...

It's nice to have you back ... you've been missed! Glad to hear you are safe and warm!

Romance Coach, Online Dating Coach said...

oh WOW!

I think the greatest invention of the 20th century was hot running water indoors.

gawd, isn't it The Best!

I'm with Mary. You were MISSED.

Glad to hear you have power again.

be sure to update at twitter when you have a new blog post. just TRUST me on this one.

And have a very Merry Christmas.

just had to communicate THAT for the relationship.

All the best,

April Braswell

Online Dating Coach, Dating Expert, Relationship Coach, Romance Coaching

Online Dating Sites Review, Internet Dating Sites Guide

Autumn said...

Glad you didn't become a big giant icicle?! We were sending warm thoughts your way - I hope it helped a little bit!

Time to move south!!!!

Romance Coach, Online Dating Coach said...

I'm sure you subsumed. still, looking forward to your thoughts and perhaps on what to wear for New Years Eve for all the single guys and single gals out there going on dates NYEs.

All the best,

April Braswell

Online Dating Coach, Dating Expert, Relationship Coach, Romance Coaching

Online Dating Sites Review, Internet Dating Sites Guide

Pat said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR! I miss you!

S Chambers said...

Nice to have you back.

Steve Chambers

ChristineB said...

Hello-o-o-o-o-o-o...??? Surely you've used up all the hot water by now.

Time to get posting again - my closet needs your advice! ;-)

miss mary said...

stopping in to say hello and browse around. enjoyed reading the posts. we are always losing our power. can't seem to keep it on here.... have a great day.

Audrey said...

Hi Jennifer,

I've been reading your posts lately and thought I'd write and say how much I've enjoyed them. I love the whole concept of a very small closet - I found it quite liberating.

A couple of years ago I went from being a stay at home Mom to a Quickbooks Consultant and I learned pretty quickly that my regular jeans and t-shirt uniform wasn't going to get me the kinds of jobs that would pay the day care bills!

I think I've read all the fashion books on the market, and buy-buy-buy is implicit in most of them. I got the feeling that I could never be done with the wardrobe building. But then I read about your theory and I felt I could relax about the wardrobe.

Wishing you the best,
Audrey Mitchell

Pat said...

Hi Audrey, Thanks for confirming jeans and tee shirts have to go. I agree!

Jennifer, where are you? We miss you so much! Why can't I pull up your website?

Come back soon, we need you.
patbuckmaster@gmail.com

Vildy said...

I was so disappointed to see your
website no longer available. I've recommended it to a lot of folks. I feel like I've read every bit of wardrobe advice ever written and your template for selecting bottoms and putting 2 sets of tops with them has been the most helpful to me in trying to have a coherent and not excessive wardrobe. Love your critique of the capsule wardrobe idea, too. I think you have ideas with a lot of impact and hope you have not given up on this. I think you should write a book.

Pat said...

Hi Vildy, I agree, thank you for your encouragement. I hope Jennifer gets back to work soon. My spring wardrobe needs her!
Pat

Audrey Mitchell said...

Hi Vildy,

I agree - it seems like she has the material for a book between her blog and the website. Maybe that's something to look forward to!

Denise said...

Where are you, Jennifer? I've been checking in on your blog and your website since December and keep hoping that you will return. Your advice and insights are invaluable! Please, please, please resume. Really miss you...

Pat said...

Me too Denise, I was so looking forward to the color analysis report and tips for spring ensembles. Come back Jennifer!!
Pat