Declaring A New Weekend Tradition
I hope this finds you bright and chirpy. Could someone bring me a coffee? Oh, and one of those cheese danish things. Thanks!
Just a moment ago, I made a decision. See, I’ve got all of these draft posts piling up in my blogging software, and it’s getting annoying. Some of them are waiting on timing issues. Some, I’m not quite sure where I’m going with them. But the others? Yeah. I’m sitting on them because I think they’re too personal, too off-topic, too-much-about me-and-not-you. either scared to hit publish for some reason.
So From This Point Forward?
Sundays (and maybe Saturdays) are for posts-that-I’m-not-comfortable sharing.
The blogging experts say that if you want something read, don’t publish on a Friday, and that weekends just don’t get viewers, and that’s often true. Twitter activity? Yeah. Definitely quieter on my list, at least.
Maybe if I’m convinced that no one is reading (or if they don’t expect serious, meaty programming anyway) I won’t worry so much about tossing out odd-little-personal blatherings or scary-things-I-want-to-say.
I may or may not get one of these drafts put together and published today, but it’s the plan.
There You Have It.
The new Weekend Tradition at the Circus.
I’ll bring the words.
You bring the cheese danish.
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