OK, if I've still got readers left, you're probably wondering what's going on. Rather, you're probably wondering why nothing is going on - here, at least.
Well, I don't know if I can really answer that. I always slack off in the summer, but it's not summer now. I guess I've just got other things I want/need to do.
No, I'm not quitting entirely. But I wouldn't expect much. Heck, you haven't been getting much for awhile now, but from now on, I won't feel guilty about it. You've been warned. :)
I still enjoy blogging, and I've got a million things to write about. I'm a dozen books - no exaggeration - behind on book reviews. I've got new computer games to talk about. And I've got a million - OK, slight exaggeration - links saved, mostly about politics and religion, intending to post something,... eventually.
But I'm not getting any of that done, and it's time to recognize that I probably won't. So I'm not going to worry about it. I only do this for my own enjoyment, after all. If it becomes a duty, a chore, what's the point?
I still haven't continued reading the Bible, and I definitely want to do that,... sometime. I've got a long, long way to go, and if it's not the most entertaining book in the world, if might be the most bizarre.
And I'm always finding things online that cry out for a blog post. But although I've been saving the links, I rarely get around to actually writing anything. So, again, don't expect much. In fact, don't expect anything. Seriously.
As I say, I'm not quitting entirely. But I'm only going to post something when I feel like it - and lately, that hasn't been very often. I'll probably continue posting videos, since those are quick and easy. But even then, I'm going to keep to no schedule. Expect days, or even weeks, to go by with nothing new.
Sorry. I appreciate the few loyal readers I've had, and I certainly appreciate the comments. But I keep cutting back, and I still can't keep up with everything I want to do. It's time to acknowledge that. This has been lots of fun, but it's going on the back-burner now.
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