Monday, March 2, 2009

I am Back

I can't believe I have been back from India for 5 days now without doing any post nor my blog round. I have missed out on many blogs I read regularly. I have really missed you all.

Thanks so much for those that left wonderful comments on the post of my mother rememberance. It meant so much to me to know that I have people who geniunely care. I am so so grateful.

To those that requested to know which is my image in the pictures I uploaded during the info-Activism Camp in Bangalore, India, sorry folks I ain't telling (lol).

I am back and will soon get back to the scheme of things. I have just being busy doing perosonal stuff which of course I am rounding up today to resume work tomorrow. I have got so much work waiting for me at the office... I will survive...

30 comments:

Rita said...

Welcome back

Funms-the rebirth said...

good to have u back.......

wordmerchant said...

welcome back swerrie xxx

Zena said...

you'll be fine

we patiently await your post,

welcome back, it seems we've both been absent

bArOquE said...

how was India? i hear Bangalore is a nice place...

Just...Toluwa said...

kaaaabo! Welcome back!

Geebee said...

Thank God u're back safe and sound. Hope you had a stress-free flight without hassles of any kind. Feels good to have you back . . . awaiting your post. YOU'LL DEFINITELY SURVIVE.

Writefreak said...

Welcome back dearie!
Did you bring omo India?

Ms.O said...

welcome back!

Temite said...

welcome back. You were missed. Goodluck at work, I trust that you will BE FINE.

rethots said...

Bienvenu....

Afrobabe said...

Welcome back dear...we will give u some time to ehem with mister...

I still think u are the one bending down at that display...lol

Kafo said...

glad your back

Courtney said...

Hey Standtall!
I took a bit of a sabbatical from Blogsville for a while, but was glad to come back to yours.
i look forward to reading more on India and hearing your thoughts (is that really possible? haha).
keep the blogs coming!
Light&Psalt

Severus Snape said...

Welcome.
Did u learn Hindi?

Black Cat said...

Welcome back, good to have you among us again!

I've just read your remembrance to your mother and shed tears. You and she had such a hard time. You are so strong. Many people would have been broken, but not you!

I look forward to hearing all about your trip to India :) xxx

Jaycee said...

Welcome back missy!

Grahamn Kracker said...

I know about coming back and being too exhausted to keep up with blogging - mine and others.

In fact, I remain in such a state now.

Glad you are home, although I do wish that you could have connected with my Bangalore family in-law.

Sandy has set her wedding date for May 3, so I am going to do all that I can to be there in Bangalore for her on that date.

Buttercup said...

glad u r back..

yes, u will survive! :D

doug said...

Weeeeeeelcooooome back Standtall!

SOLOMONSYDELLE said...

madam, welcome back. Came here looking for one of your famous interviews. I even nominated you for the Oprah position lol!

Take care!

Enkay said...

Welcome back!

CaramelD said...

Nno!!

africa entertainment plus sports said...

Welcome.Always love your stuff.

mike said...

BROS WELCOME. WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN. GOD GUIDES

Gattina said...

Take your time, I am late too, I just came back from a wedding !

bumight said...

welcome back!!!

i'm sure u had a blast...oh, and i forgot to mention congrats on the BlogHer scholarship!!!!

mike said...

sister forgive my gender missing. too much sister

StandTall-The Activist said...

Rita: Thank you

Funms: Thank you

Wordmerchant: Thank you

Zena: Yes o. I hope you are back too

Baroque: Yes, Bangalore is a nice place. I just see a lot of Naija styles in some Indians

Just...Toluwa: O se modupe, se alaafia ni o wa?

Geebee: Thanks dearie. Hope you are fine

Writerfreak: I sure did. I brought Omo india in form of peicing my nose

Ms. O: Thanks a bunch

Temite: Thanks sweetie

Rethots: Which kain Language be dat?

Afrobabe: Lol. that wasnt me in the picture o.

Kafo: Thanks

Courtney: It's sure good to have you back

Severe Snape: Thanks. I didnt learn any Hindi cuz I am bad with Language

Black Cat: Thanks so much. So sorry you had to cry. I am grateful for your love

Jaycee: Thank dearie

GK: It pained me I couldnt meet Sandy! I hope you make it down to Bangalore for her wedding. Will she be in the States come July?

Buttercup: Thank you

Doug: Thanks padi mi

SSD: Thanks a lot. The interview will resume shortly I promise

ENkay: thanks

CarameID: Thanks

African Entertainment: Thanks

Mike: Thanks my bother

Gattina: How did the wedding go? I have missed out on COT. I will resume soon

Bumight: Thank you so much dearie

Gattina said...

Sports are an unknown thing to me, lol !

My Passion, my focus, the change that I want to see in the world - is my propellent factor.

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