February 18, 2011
I just wanted to take a break from The Weeklies to say thanks. While I promise I wasn't at all fishing for compliments or comments - because I do honestly wonder how the universe shifted without my knowledge - I do appreciate your perspective and kind words. Most importantly, thank you for reading.
Don't worry. I'm not going anywhere. I can't promise that I'm going to write a post a day for the rest of my life but I think I can keep it going for a while longer.
Don't be shocked like Owen. I can't quit you internet.
Posted by Chris at February 18, 2011 7:03 AM
ps.. i still sneak over here and read soo im glad youre not giving up entirely ;-)
I can't help but laugh at that picture. "Shocked Owen" should be the next internet meme.
What'd you tell Owen to get him to make that face? And when did he get so tall?
Is it just me, or does Owen totally look like Macaulay Culkin (circa Home Alone) in this picture?
Thank goodness you are leaving the blogasphere. I can rest easy again for a little while.
Oh, he looks so grown up in that picture!
Owen looks six years old! Make him stop it!
Glad you're going to hang in with us.
who is that full grown-up, not at all looking like a toddler BOY?!? Surely, it cannot be Owen because Owen is little and not at all big yet! Make it stop!! Slow down the universe please! lol
Glad you're sticking around. One of the coolest things I heard at a blogging conference (yes, I went to one) a few weeks ago was "When should you blog?" - "When you have something to say" (Scott Stratten, @unmarketing - he's hilarious and was a phenomenal speaker).
And so, I kind of like that - I don't think you have to write a post every weekday (I'll keep coming to check, though) - when it stops being fun, that sucks. So as long as you're digging it, write when you wanna, and we'll read it.
So glad you're not going anywhere!
We all know that technology with continue to change...very rapidly. But those of you that write with passion will always be popular. Perhaps you will end up writing for some other reason but write you will.
Readers are fickled...right now your post on retirement will get you more traffic than a post about children. The boomers turned 65 after all. Keep going because you love it.
By the way I love the look of this blog.
My Lord. I don't know what I'd do without your site and Beth's, that I've been reading since before Mia. But I can understand why you feel the way you do. I have just sort of lost interest in the whole Internet. I have grad school, my job, and sometimes the Internet just falls by the wayside. But I'll still be around if you are!
Beauty lies in the love's eyes.
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I can understand why you feel the way you do. I have just sort of lost interest in the whole Internet. I have grad school, my job, and sometimes the Internet just falls by the wayside. But I'll still be around if you are!