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And when that happens, sometimes you just have to step away and accept the fact that life takes priority over work.
This is one of those times for me.
Don't panic, it's nothing catastrophic or tragic, and everything should be back to normal in a few weeks (fingers crossed, prayers being said).
But beginning today and for the foreseeable future you'll be seeing less of me here and on the Carolina Sauce Facebook page while I recover from dental surgery later this morning and we complete several major home renovation projects that have been going on since the spring.
Because I won't be eating "real" food for at least a couple of days, and because we're still living in our RV with limited cooking options, it'll be a while before I'll have any new recipes of my own to post. And when we finally get the green light to move back into our house sometime in the next week or so, most of my time will be devoted to that daunting project.
So, please don't worry if there aren't as many blog posts or Facebook updates from the Carolina Sauce Company over the next few weeks, or if I'm a little slow to reply to your comments, messages or emails. As some of you know, I am a one-woman operation now, and there's only so much I can do when real life gets in the way. Your patience and understanding -- as well as any prayers, positive energy and good wishes should you wish to send any -- are greatly appreciated.
The good news is that the Carolina Sauces online store and warehouse will continue to operate as usual because they are a separate company and location from me, so they're not affected by my temporary absence. You'll still be able to shop online and your orders will continue to be processed and shipped in a timely manner. Should you have any questions or concerns about any online orders, simply email Customer Service at the warehouse and they'll be able to help you as always.
If all goes smoothly, I hope to be able to post a new Crock Pot Game on Facebook on November 1st as originally planned, and also send out our November VIP newsletter soon thereafter. In other words, life should settle back down to "normal" by mid November (God willing).
In the meantime, thanks in advance for your support and I hope to stay in touch as much as I humanly can over the next few weeks.