Apologies for lack of updates lately

I really haven’t been as productive as usual this month and I apologize for that. Normally I get my work done while Michael’s at work, but he was sick and I had to take care of him, and the weather has been so horrible that they keep canceling school and so he doesn’t have to go to work. (There’s a two-hour delay today. So far.) I refuse to let the Charley Project interfere with our relationship to the extent that it used to, so there you are. Between him being home and me getting his flu, not much is getting done around here.

But rest assured, there will be updates today.

6 thoughts on “Apologies for lack of updates lately

  1. Jessica January 29, 2014 / 8:53 am

    Hey, You gotta do – what you gotta do! 🙂 I am sure EVERYONE understands that! Hope you are feeling better!

  2. Kat January 29, 2014 / 12:15 pm

    Hear ya. Still sick here after ten days. Finally got my son back to school and my husband to work and I’m slowly reclaiming my house room by room from the germs. Just cancelled my Super Bowl party, no way I can deal with a load of people this year. Do what you have to, you and M., to get better and stay warm and THEN worry about everything else. I think a lot of us are freezing and/or sick, so we get it.

  3. Marion January 31, 2014 / 12:57 pm

    Hi, I’ve been a long time fan of you and your site and appreciate what you do. I wanted to email you but I don’t have the right account or something. Anyway, I was wondering if there was any given reason for why The Doe Network seems to have turned into a “found remains” clearinghouse lately instead of focusing on the presumed living missing persons it used to. Thanks for considering.

    • Meaghan January 31, 2014 / 1:47 pm

      I don’t have anything to do with the Doe Network, so I can’t answer your question.

    • Peter Henderson Jr. February 1, 2014 / 3:45 am

      Marion, The Doe Network, as its name implies, has always been a “found remains” clearinghouse. The inclusion of missing people cases was done so that people could compare them with unidentified remains.

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