It's been a very long year, hasn't it? At least it has if you've been diligently trying to post every day for the past, oh, eight months or so. I've blogged through maternity leave, through days off, through travel and trade shows, and even sometimes on the weekends.

Hard to believe I have anything left to say, isn't it?

Those of you who know me can stop laughing now. Really. No, I'm serious, it wasn't that funny a question.

It's probably more difficult for me not to blog than to blog. So for the next couple of weeks while I'm taking a nice, long year end vacation I'm going to try not to post.

Yeah, let the betting begin. I know, the odds (and historical evidence) are against me.

So while I'm off trying not to post about Infrastructure 2.0, or cloud computing, or SOAP and REST, or virtualization, or any other hot buttons I like to push on any given day, you all have a wonderful holiday and (hopefully) some time off as well.

2009 promises to be an exciting year for technology and for F5, with lots of new, exciting things coming that are sure to make you say "I have got to get me one of those!" so I hope to spend the time recharging so I can hit the ground running in January with lots of new, exciting posts and thoughts for you to digest. And unlike holiday treats and meals, they'll all be 100% zero calories.

Have a great one, and see you next year!

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