Saturday, December 01, 2012


Generally, one warning that a blog is not receiving enough attention from its author is when it is deluged by spam. Another warning is when a blog is when it is mentioned as past tense as a defunct blog (I appreciate the praise, incidently, and concede the defunct). Yet, ultimately, I'm not entirely sure what I think about continuing this blog. Clearly, my energy and willingness to blog has been at a premium over the last few years, but I'm still hesitant about letting this blog go. Perhaps, I'm just being stubborn. Perhaps there is something else I should be doing with this. I don't know.

Anyway, what I hope is that the readers I have left would add me to whatever prayers they make as I discern what to do with this blog. Suggestions, of course, are also welcome, but anything I take up has to a. excite me and b. be managable given my life.

Still pondering and praying....



Jim said...

I miss your posts. Blogging has become more solitary as so many faddies rush to Twitter and Facebook. But as useful as those tools may be, they lend themselves more to very short thoughts and to conversations, not to longer, more contemplative or expository writing.

FWIW I hope you consider resuming.


kkollwitz said...

Well, blogs don't go bad like eggs.

When you have something to write: write it. Otherwise let it lie. Nothing's worse than bloggers who post when they have little-to-nothing to say.