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Wine Journal Entry

Today I’m so bored with writing on this blog.

It’s not writer’s blog; it’s just exhaustion.

So, I’m signing off.

Are you having a great day?

I am now.

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6 Responses to “Wine Journal Entry”

  1. I am with you Jo; I am exhausted. So, I have done my motherly duties for the morning; my son Evan got on the bus about an half an hour ago. I shaved my son for the first time! I did a good job. I usually let the barber do it, but he needed a shave. So mama gave him one. Boy, sometimes you don’t know what you can do until you do it. So, relax today, and write when you feel refreshed. I’m going back to bed, just for a little while. Take care…

  2. Jo Diaz says:

    That’s great Lorrie. Your response is longer than my blog entry. I love it. I’ve written *1,476 stories,* and thought about just skipping a posting today, but then went ahead with this one. It’s an honest assessment of my state of mind… and this IS my journal/diary. It deserves to be stated.

  3. I sometimes feel like that, especially on a gloomy, rainy day like today. Good day to kick back and relax.

  4. Hi Jo,
    Well I for one have enjoyed many of your blog postings. It has been a way to get to know you and your family a little better. What have you got lined up for the next
    P S I Love seminar in July?
    Take Care,
    Edwards Vineyard & Cellars
    Ramona Valley

  5. Jo Diaz says:

    Hi, Victor,

    Thanks for your thoughtful comments.

    The Symposium is coming along really well. Evan Goldstein MS, wine educator, author, and world famous consultant (he’s just leaving to go to South American to gather information for his next book) is our keynote speaker. Viticulture has David Caffaro (he began a wine journal long before blogs hit the scene), winemaking with Nils Venge and David Mounts, marketing is still up in the air… finalizing a lot. It will be another great year.

    Take care, too.

  6. Jo Diaz says:

    Lots of projects, Steve, but some of them will allow me to watch a movie and get out a couple of mailings. Also, I got our glorious garden in yesterday – finalized for this year. So, I can sit back and let the drizzle do the job for me today of continued watering. I’m so ready for this day, and find it so amusing that the comments are greater than the original effort. LOL

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