Explaining My Absence

Lately I haven’t been updating here as much as I usually do.  In years past, when the rate of posts slowed down it was usually because I was:

1- Depressed and hating myself

2- In the hospital

3- Both 1 & 2

I just want to let you know that it’s none of those things.  In fact, the reason for the lack of posts is the exact opposite of those reasons.  I am doing surprisingly well, so well I haven’t had time to stop and tell a story but I will do that very soon.  In the meantime check out some of the good people linked over on the sidebar because they are awesome and won’t disappear on you like I have.  Thanks, see you sooner than you think.



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11 responses to “Explaining My Absence

  1. glad to know you are doing well. hating yourself and being in the hospital is no fun.

    on a sidenote my kids saw a hobo the other day and i totally thought of you.

  2. Soooo, see you when you are depressed or in the hospital?

  3. i am having a bit of bloggers block myself, but im glad to hear yours is a result of good things.

  4. Can you add me to the list of reads? :D I like to prentend people read my blog.

    It’s funny how one tends to write more when one is angry/depressed. I’m always bummed out when I read my old journals and blog because I sound so angsty and only have tiny pieces of good news between the lines.

  5. vintagecaveman

    Hating myself comes as part of the job for me. If there wasn’t hate there would be no blog.

  6. The Girl

    You are a Jackass. If you’re feeling good, well just wait til you get home. Plenty of inspiration in that mess. We all hate you enough for you take a little break. I’ll continue this in an email so, heads up, Chump.

  7. Happiness-based absence is always good.

  8. jen

    yay for no hospitalization in 2009!

    (glad you’re happy!)

  9. This topic is quite hot in the net at the moment. What do you pay the most attention to when choosing what to write ?

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