An Absent Note

Please excuse Antoinette from the blog and commenting responsibilities over these last few weeks. She will be back in mid-August.

Antoinette needs to step back, re-plan the blog and website, spend time taking care of family matters, and focus-focus-focus on several writing projects that need her attention and juggling expertise. She also hopes to get some beach time and sailing in as well.

Antoinette wishes her Everyone well.

Be safe. Be smart. Register to vote and be informed.


Antoinette’s Practical Persona




Antoinette Truglio Martin is the author of Hug Everyone You Know: A Year of Community, Courage, and Cancer. The memoir is a wimpy patient’s journey through her first year of breast cancer treatment.



16 Comments on “An Absent Note

    • Sometimes you can’t take the teacher out of the person. Thank you.


  1. Enjoy your time, Antoinette — especially the beach time and the sailing!
    BTW – I had a difficult time commenting on both this post and the last one. When I try to comment a pop-up box comes up and asks me for my email address so that I can subscribe. I am already subscribed but it still wouldn’t let me in. I used an alternate email addres, but I am now out of email address to use.

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  2. Well, thanks for the heads up APP, please cautiously let her know that we miss her and envy her having an APP. Are they available on Amazon?


    • Be careful what you wish for, Gary. My APP is a nagging force, not it as encouraging or forgiving as Jimminy Cricket. Be well.


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  4. Hi Antoinette, “Antoinette’s Practical Persona” is very witty. I hope you are ticking off your todo boxes and you are recharging and even recharged. 🙂


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