Once again, I must apologize. Due to two recent events, I have not been able to send out my usual "Thank yous" to people who have faved stuff from my gallery, or added it to their collections.
The first event has been my having to work extra-long hours at work. I have been putting in six-day weeks, most of them exceeding 10 hours a day or more. And the days I've had off, I've been too exhausted to do anything else.
For those who don't know, I work for the United States Postal Service. My job is to answer the phone and talk to customers who call 1-800-ASK-USPS. Due to the bad weather of a couple of weeks ago, we've been getting a LOT of calls, mostly from customers who want to know where their packages are. Many of them can't understand why, when they live in an area where the weather has been nice, their packages should be either late in leaving their origin spots or arriving at their destinations, even though those places may be having VERY bad weather. I won't go further, I don't want to share those problems with you.
The other reason I wasn't able to get back to people is a nicer one. I was on vacation. More specifically, I was visiting my mother, along with other family members, to help her celebrate her 99th birthday. During this time, however, I had no Internet access.
I've tried to send out "Thank yous" to people, but realized I wasn't cutting down on the number of people I wanted to thank. I discovered the number of people I was trying to thank was over 200.
I did thank those who have recently added me to their WATCH list. And I've thanked a lot of others. But there's just too many. So, for the second time since I started my dArt site, I have to just delete a bunch of notes from those who've visited my gallery to fave stuff or add stuff to their collections.
Tomorrow, I return to the long days and weeks. I will try to make it up to everyone by adding something new after posting this message, and to do better in sending out thanks.
Again, my apologies to everyone, and my thanks, this time for everyone's patience and understanding.