I’ve really come to a crossroads concerning this blog. I’m finding that most of the people on my blogroll, the ones I’m actually friends with, don’t do this anymore. Their sites are dormant, or mostly dormant, for long stretches of time.

My own site is pretty sparse. My posts are becoming more scattershot and less coherent. I’m just not stringing together good pieces of prose anymore, I’m dumping garbage text and random thoughts just to clear my head and ease my conscience.

No more.

Today is the first day of my blog vacation. One week. No new posts.

Yesterday was the 20th anniversary of Andy Kaufman’s death. He didn’t come back even though he promised to. I’m coming back.

See ya real soon.

And I may (or may not) address this whole Movable Type fiasco (theirs, not mine) at some point in time, too. That’s another contributing factor to this decision. But I didn’t want to weigh down a “bummer” post with actual thought. So now I’ve gone and screwed that up.

5 thoughts on “Meandering

  1. Nathan Miller says:

    If it counts I read yours everyday.
    I am busy working on another one of my films…will send ASAP…
    Please keep writing, write with passion, anger, love, the moment you feel, the moment you know…tell us about the great South…tell us everything.
    Nathan Miller

  2. Jen says:

    I read your blog at least twice a week. šŸ™‚ That’s more than any other blog! Even my own! Keep writing. You’re funny. Vacations are good, though.

    My blog is currently having an identity crisis and is plagued by spam commenters, all of which I hope to remedy as soon as I feel like dropping the time on it.

  3. Jen W. says:

    Oops, put my work e-mail in that last comment, yikes! Can you change the e-mail address before my inbox fills up with viagra ads? Thank you!

  4. matt says:

    I even read your blog ..

    I’m just too drunk to keep one myself.


    I do wish sometimes though that I were able to know these things without the aid of TCP/IP.

    Such is the way of things.


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