Consider this blog on a hiatus of sorts. My last blurt was Tuesday. Seems forever ago. Clearly I’m not keeping up my end of the bargain. Life intrudes. A brief justification follows.
In reality I’m not just moving somewhere new, I’m also completing the move that I made in September 2011—out of my family domicile to a new, solitary, existence. At that time I left most of half a household behind, including all of my papers, journals, old clothes, tools, half a garage full of stuff, and so on. That’s why I’ve already starting “packing” so far in advance of June 30.
At one and the same time I’m having to cope with a) the procrastination associated with a vast packing project, b) looking for a new home 1500 km away, c) scraping together the means to make such a move, and d) disappointing all of the friends I’ve made while I was still blogging more or less regularly. I’m finding it hard to focus on any one thing, and in the chaos the Subversive Archaeologist is on an unintentional, but in truth a de facto hiatus.
So, the Subversive Archaeologist will pop up here now and again before the end of June. Sooner, I hope, than later.
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