24 April 2012

Not Feelin' It Anymore

My posts of late aren't even interesting to me. Like a house-guest who should have gone home sooner, maybe I've overstayed my welcome.

17 comments:

Bob said...

I feel much the same way. It's hard to compete with the bloggers who take the easy path of posting pics of naked girls.

Keads said...

Rev., I hear you! Back off, take a sabbatical, and post as you see fit. I assure you we will be here!

North said...

There are a lot of "us" feeling that way, or having a hard time finding time to make quality posts. Perhaps we should all take turns posting on a common blog? The GBBL? *shrug*

threecollie said...

I always enjoy what you write. Spring is kind of hard for me blogging too though. There are so many things to see and do! You take care.

ProudHillbilly said...

I like what you write - take a break to recharge.

Rev. Paul said...

Thank you all - and the idea of an occasional post on GBBL isn't a bad one at all.

Hmmm.

Stephen said...

Either way, I'll be around to read your work. I like what you do. Bless you.

Rev. Paul said...

Stephen, you're one of those whose work touches me, so that's high praise. Thank you.

Matt said...

I'd like to see you do a guest post on the GBBL blog. That's a great idea North had.

Quizikle said...

Tail end of cabin fever.
Summer's coming ... but not yet.

Take a break, get out and enjoy it - whatever "it" may be.

Like work, you won't say on your deathbed: "Gee, I wish I had kept up blogging"
Q

Groundhog said...

Just post when the mood hits you. The blog is for you, not us. I'm a horrible blogger, not posting for days at a time!

DaddyBear said...

I agree with everyone in saying "blog when the muse smacks you". Take a break, enjoy real life, and when something tickles your brain, we'll be here to read it.

Guffaw in AZ said...

Do as you must - we'll be here!
gfa

Rev. Paul said...

I hope y'all are right, and it's only a temporary lull. I'd miss it if I don't write at all.

Stay tuned, and we'll see what happens. And thank you - ALL of you - for your encouragement.

Peter said...

I try to blog about things I come across each day that interest me - but then, I spend an hour or two each day looking for such things. I try to stretch my mind out of its daily round and common task in that way. Why not try browsing some foreign newspaper sites, or other blogs, or anything that's not in your daily routine, and see whether that sparks renewed enthusiasm?

Rev. Paul said...

Peter, that's some very good advice. I suspect Quizikle is on the right path with his "tail end of cabin fever" remark, as well. I need to get out & do some traveling; it's been a very, very long winter.

velcro8ball said...

I hope not I enjoy your perspective. Tell the girls that if you blink at an Appleseed you miss a lot and take alot of water.