Saturday, August 29, 2009

I was talking to a colleague at work yesterday. She mentioned that she had a shop in an antique mall, something I had never heard her talk about. “Oh, yeah,” she said, “I opened it about 15 years ago. Did real well.” She went on to say that she’d lost her passion for the shop now.

I’m kind of like that with the blog. I still love to write and have no shortage of topics I could write about here. Maybe, it’s because I write quite a bit at work—different type of writing but writing still. I look at how long it’s been since I posted last. Yes, I’d say, I have lost interest. So, I reckon I’ll see how this goes. Maybe I’ll still write once in awhile, but if you don’t hear from you, you’ll know why.

Meanwhile, see how Andrew Sullivan views blogging in this Atlantic piece (warning: it is long).


Marion said...

I will miss you, Sheila. I think I've been reading your blog since I began blogging...and I've enjoyed each and every post.

Thanks for the link. I found it to be very thoughtful...and true.

Lives change and circumstances differ. Perhaps one day you will begin another blog, or continue this one. And when you do, be sure to check out my blog. It'll probably still be there, and I will be so happy to see you!

Take care!

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