Well, the family is together again, which is wonderful. Having a child leave home has really made me aware of how fleeting our time together is. So, I think I'm going to be ramping down on the blogging for the rest of the year and doing more family time.
I also have some writing projects I want to focus on and I want to rest and recharge and, of course, be with my family. So I don't think I'll be doing a lot in the next few weeks. However, that could change, I suppose. That's the joy of having a blog. I can do whatever I want. But I don't anticipate being online a whole lot in the next few weeks.
I think I'm going to make some changes, by the way. I've been answering comments via email, but have read lately that I should not do that. Some experts say that one should answer comments in the comment section. Normally, if someone says, "Experts say that...." I will almost always do exactly the opposite, but because I'm a contrarian. But I've read this enough, I thought I'd try it.
So, if you comment, I'll be responding to you in the comment section. I tell you that because I really value and enjoy the comments I get and want to make sure you know that I'm not ignoring you.
In case I'm not online again, and in case I don't see you, have a Merry, Merry Christmas! Or a Happy, Happy Hanukkah! Or anything else you celebrate. And, I wish you all a Happy, Peaceful, Prosperous, New Year!
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