I am sorry

I have received so many messages from so many of you, my dear readers, over the course of the past two years, wondering if I am alright and what is happening with The Roofs of Kathmandu. Well, I am sorry. Sorry to have been keeping you in the dark. The last two years have been, hmmm, a whirlwind of events in my life, the greatest of which was little Mr. A who made an appearance in this world bringing us the greatest joy ever! Also, not leaving me any time for blogging, or pretty much anything else (how do you, parents, do this???).

Another great change that happened is that we left Nepal. Yup, that chapter is now closed, for sometime at least. So, in some ways I suppose I felt there is no purpose of continuing blogging about Kathmandu when I am no longer there. That just made sense to me. However, as I am typing this, I am starting to get nostalgic, both about Kathmandu and blogging, so who knows, maybe I come back with some nostalgia-filled posts about Nepal. It is, without a doubt, a place that changed my life and me.

This is it, for now.

Ms. Z

9 thoughts on “I am sorry

  1. Congratulations, Ms. Z! I discovered your blog when you weren’t active anymore, but I loved backreading your posts anyway. And all the best to you and your family in this exciting new chapter! Looking forward to your new posts, if and when you decide to get back to blogging.

      • I’m missing the part where you mention your whereabouts now 😉
        In case you are in Zagreb now/soon/ever I’d so much like to see you. If Mr. A or Mr. B allow it, of course.
        Coffee was the only thing I longed for during my trip to Nepal. There is nothing like a proper Croatian, or Italian coffee. You never mention it so my guess is you are off caffeine.

      • Oh, I am a complete coffee addict!!! Like any proper Croatian 🙂
        I believe things have changed significantly in Nepal since you’ve visited as I was able to find many coffee shops serving Illy and Lavazza, as well as wonderful Nepali coffee and I really enjoyed it. That was certainly one thing I did not miss!
        p.s. we live in Canada now.

  2. Hi Ms.Z, Having Mr.A is such a great news! Congratulations and welcome in the parental world! Gratifying, not always easy 🙂 Somehow, I assumed that this might be a reason for not blogging any more, as well as that you probably moved to another country or returned to Croatia. It would be a pity to not continue blogging; writing with passion and in interesting way with sense of humor like you do, is a gift and not everyone has it. 10-15 minutes here and there and new blog is ready to publish! If you think about life as a journey, some will stay with you for a long time, some for short period. Same with your readers. As you “travel”, the needs and interests are changing so why not to change blog topics as well? I can’t wait for your new blog whatever it will be about! Best, ML

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