Realignment Friday June 8, 2007, 6 comments

I am having a serious life realignment right now, so posts might be a little scarce for a little bit. Do not worry. Most, but not all, is well. I merely need to concentrate more energy on those things than on writing right now.

Thank you for your continued readership. I value the time you spend here. This will not be a long delay – I will return shortly.


Comments

Nils Friday June 8, 2007


Deal, mate. No probs ;-)

Thomas Friday June 8, 2007


I had a realignment a year ago and haven’t had written anything in a year!

But, you have a larger audience than I, so I’m hoping you get back to writing sooner than I have.

Adrian Monday June 11, 2007


I value my readership deeply. I just wish I had more compelling stuff to write about!

Thanks for the support guys.

Daniel Black Tuesday June 12, 2007


Amen, brother. Amen.

Daniel Black Tuesday June 12, 2007


Also, it occurred to me that it would be quite swell if you PDFed some of your work, or even dropped it into Lulu. A collection of sorts. I’d buy, and I’m fairly certain I’m not alone.

sarah Friday June 29, 2007


I’ve been having a serious back realignment these last few months – feels fantastic. Life realignment does too.

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