When the Blog Runs Out  

warmandsexy52 64M
7186 posts
9/8/2005 3:39 pm

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When the Blog Runs Out

I love my work and the dynamic and intense interractions that result in things getting done. I love the people I work with, the social interaction, the sense of purpose, the fun. I like my professional self, seasoned in my trade, and the diversity of roles I have.


I get home after twelve hours away and I'm tired. I'll check my e-mails then drift on to AdultFriendFinder and see how the blogs are going. It was hard getting used to a medium where others seem so comfortable and I feel that I am just beginning to get the hang of it all.


I'm bloody tired and my mind is no longer sharp and incisive. I can read posts. Just about. Just don't expect neat comments.

In the Aral Sea the water has evaporated, leaving ships high and dry and I feel like that. Without the water the ships can't go anywhere, neither can my thoughts. Come the weekend there's a good chance the wind will be blowing on the south coast cliffs and if so, I'll be there, free-flying with the gulls, not blogging, not to mention the research conference next week in Wales I'm presenting at. What room for blogs?

Should I stay or should I go? To blog or not to blog? I dunno. Someone's drawing the curtains over my eyes.

Au revoir ....... I hope.

warmandsexy52 64M
13164 posts
10/16/2005 11:32 am

What a lovely thought!

warm xx

warmandsexy52 64M
13164 posts
9/14/2005 12:53 pm

If the batteries are charged and there's been no other call on them there'll be a blog or two. With a readership including the rockwriter there's a duty to blog, I think.

rockwriter58 56M
1389 posts
9/14/2005 7:03 am

Don't go for long my friend. It seems with the poetry and other thoughts after this you got past the dry spell. We all have them. Nice analogy to the Aral Sea.

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