Monday, October 22, 2007

Hello again...

Ok, I'll be the first to admit that I've been falling down on the job on this blogging thing of late. So, I have decided to take this rainy Monday morning to start anew. Rain just always seems the perfect backdrop to new beginnings to me -- washing away the old and refreshing the landscape so to speak.

Now then, please don't expect daily posts here. I post daily at my game blog, so if you just want something new every day, go over there. This blog is more often posts that have taken some time and thought to put together, so I won't be able to get to it every day. I'm shooting for a couple of times a week. But don't hold me to that. (How's that for commitment?) As we get closer to the holidays, I expect it will drop off significantly as I get more and more busy at work, so my apologies in advance.

I've been doing this blogging thing for a number of years, and this blog has changed it's focus time and time again through that period. I think for now at least it's going back to being a personal blog, focusing on the comings and goings of the author (that's me!) because I firmly believe in writing what you know.

Does this mean I won't ever post devotional messages again? No! Certainly not! But I think most of the inspiration for those has passed, so don't expect them regularly anymore. I never once believed that would be something I could keep doing for long, and I guess I was at a loss when that chapter came to an end. Hence the lack of content lately. It's not that I have drifted from my Christian walk, far from that. I simply don't have the words to write it anymore. Still, from time to time, if the Spirit so moves, I will post more Bible verses.

So, for now, who knows where this blog may lead. I certainly don't. I never really pushed it to go in any of the directions it took before, and I don't intend to start pushing so now. The only thing I can promise is that it will continue.

1 comment:

jan said...

Welcome back. I get a little down when a blog I enjoy reading goes dark.

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