Recently one of my blog followers emailed me with a question that seriously stroked my ego quite a bit.
“Are you taking a break from blogging?”
At first, I thought, “Well, no!”
And then I had to consider the fact that it had been a solid week between blog posts.
So maybe the answer is, “Yes!”
But that answer is unsettling also…because I am not taking an active break from blogging; I just haven’t blogged much.
This follower’s question was not the first that I had about my lapse in blogging, but to be honest with everyone….I have felt as thought I have little left to say lately.
After April with its pneumonia visit and then May with its weird cardiac-like health visit that turned out to be nothing but a chemical imbalance (albeit a dangerous one), my brain is tired.
Perhaps the bipolar low energy has come to hover over my brain?
Whatever the case may be, I seem to have energy to get through the day, give time to those in require it, and then I need to sleep. Writing – let’s face it – ranting is exhausting. The exercise of it is such a good thing, but it is tiring.
Perhaps this lack of writing is due to the verbal (written) vomit of thousands of words in the form of bullying content for ParentFurther’s website?
Maybe I’m just having a mellow time…
I am not done blogging.
I have lots to say – whether anyone wants to read it or not!
So…if you are faithful reader, I thank you. Please do not abandon this! I will be back, but I don’t know with how much frequency or with how much fervor just yet.
I am considering having some guest posts…so if you have been playing with the thought of blogging, but the whole thing is overwhelming and you’ve thought, “Perhaps I should try it”…give me a holler. Perhaps you should write something fun, and we’ll post it here.
Happy Saturday – who is going to graduation parties or ceremonies this weekend?
Speaking of graduation, I need to thank Ashley from the West Central Tribune in Minnesota for using a blog posting of a grad speech I gave two years ago as a printed article last week. I was so honored.
Click here for the online version of the article.
Click here for the original which was posted on my blog.
ps: My daughter had a GREAT idea for grad invites. She thinks they should include the menu so that attendees can determine the order of party attendance based on the menus of the parties. What do you think?
Ok, really – have a great day!