Blogging Hiatus

July 16th, 2011 by Rosa

Dear Readers,

My life has gotten rather hectic lately. I just packed up my life in Rochester and quit my job (on good terms!) in my beloved lab at the University of Rochester. Over the next week or so, I will be moving to Durham, North Carolina. Then I’m going home to Texas for a couple of weeks, and then back to Durham in mid-August to start a PhD program at Duke.

In the midst of all this moving craziness, I need a little break from blogging. I gave away most of my candy stash (20 pounds of chocolate would not have traveled well), and with all the traveling, I just don’t have the time or means to write about candy right now.

So I’m taking a little break. I’m going on hiatus for a few weeks. I don’t know exactly when I’ll be back, but it will be before the end of the summer. In the meantime, feel free to check out the links in my sidebar to get your candy fix, and subscribe to my RSS feed or blog emails to make sure you don’t miss me when I get back.

Have a great summer!


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8 responses about “Blogging Hiatus”

  1. Lauren said:

    Good luck with the move, and more importantly good luck with getting your PhD!

  2. Melissa said:

    Best of luck! I’m looking forward to your return.

  3. Rodzilla said:

    Duke..Doctorate…Neuroscience, yeah I guess you’ve got a few priorities. Huge congrats, and good luck.

  4. Li said:

    Awesomesauce. Good luck with all of that~

  5. Barbara said:

    Good luck with everything!!

  6. Hedonist Artisan Chocolates said:

    We’ll miss having you in Rochester, but we can still ship chocolate to Durham! I’m sure the move will go smoothly, have a lovely time off.

  7. Marvo said:

    Yup, you should rest your brain before studying about brains.

    Best of luck.

  8. Nana said:

    I’ve got some Okinawan candies for you. Shoot me an email where I should send them. I can wait to put them in the mail if that’s more convenient.