However, I forgot to mention that in June I also co-facilitated a 4-week course on "Teaching Vocabulary and Grammar Online" (aka PP104) for TESOL, something I've been doing since 2004.
As you can see, I was quite busy. To a certain extent, the work I was involved in over the Summer justifies the long break away from my e-dictionary, but not totally.
Though I need peace of mind to resume my work and not be involved in anything else that's relevant and takes up time, I have to admit that I've been feeling a bit lazy lately (uncommon in me), but I don't really know why.
That needs to change radically... and very soon. I still have a lot of work ahead of me: (1) revise all the entries for letters F to Z, (2) write an intro, (3) create audio files of several of the sounds I use throughout, and (4) find the best way to e-publish the dictionary.
What I'm asking is that you bear with me. I hope the end product will be worth the wait. I won't give a deadline for fear of not keeping it (also uncommon in me), but I'll do my best to start working on it asap.
I'll keep you updated through the blog.