Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Can't Stop Now

A few weeks ago, while down in Columbus, Morty said something to the effect that he'd be much more comfortable if I just skipped a few days of blogging, so he wouldn't have to be on pins and needles as to when I actually missed a day.

I hear him.  I feel that pain each and every day I have zilch to write about.   Like today.

It seems I write more and more of these things where I say I have nothing to say.  Oh, the irony.

Yeah, I could do my placeholders, but I kind of keep those for travel weeks when I know I won't have time to effectively post anything.   ....and I have like two solid weeks of travel (at least) this month.  Even my placeholders don't cover that amount of time.  What to do? What to do?

Maybe the pressure would be off if I just blogged a few times a week and not daily.  I didn't have a plan to blog every day, it just kind of happened and now I'm only four months and three days from making it three years in a row.

I shouldn't have to stick to that - it is a made up rule to being with and it means nothing and no one can really penalize me if I don't hold to it.  I mean, except that I'd lose you guys in the process.

I don't think I'm stopping a daily thing - I'm just ranting.  I got some stuff coming up that should be fun and a little different.  No spoilers.  Really - I'm not sure there is anything to spoil. 

Well, let's hope tomorrow has something going on, because I can't do two days in a row of this kind of post.

Song by:  Keane


Cubby said...

Eeek, now I'm wondering if I should have just kept minded my own business a few weeks ago when I contacted you late in the evening to tell you to post something quick before time ran out!

P.S. I always love the images you post in the blog.

Will J said...

Never underestimate the power of semi-nekkid photos to rejuvenate a blog.

anne marie in philly said...

I second will!

my spouse publishes 2x/week. yesterday he couldn't think of anything to write, so he popped in something he had composed months ago but had never published.

it's the dog days of summer, when life slows down. s'ok, we'll be here.

BosGuy said...

I completely understand the pressure you are referring to, but I want to commend you on your efforts and your blog. It is a personal favorite and one I enjoy visiting.


Mike said...

No pressure! Your loyal fans will be here for you.