Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Dear Readers

Dear Readers,

I again must apologize for my absence.  It has been very hard to keep up with the blogging world due to the fact that there's really not been much going on.  And what has been going through my mind and what I've been feeling is too personal for me to share not necessarily with you guys, but to post on the Internet where anybody could potentially read it.  It's been a hard 59 days and I don't see it really getting any easier.  However I would really like to get back in touch with a lot of you and also get this blog back up.  Really, this blog hasn't been what we set out for it to be since Charlie went to England.

So I really want to know the answer to a few things.  First of all, are you guys even still checking this blog?  Or reading it?  Or do you even remember that it exists? 

Secondly, do you guys want to see the blog come back and be the out-let forum type thing it has been in the past? 

Thirdly, what do you guys want to hear about?  I've been out of writing for (like I said) 59 days, and I'm obviously not at the same point in my writing as you all are or could be.  So I'd really like to know what you guys have questions about or you just want to discuss.  Just please, don't suggest anything associated with the military, the war in Afghanistan, or the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy.  Thanks.

Finally, are any of you doing NaNoWriMo?  And if you are, have you done it before?  If this is your first time, do you think you'll be able to do it or are you completely overwhelmed?  Do you know what it is?

I hope to hear from you all soon.  Please don't overlook our CONTACT US page where you can email any suggestions or pieces or whatever.  I was kinda thinking if you write something and you want people to read it and you don't mind it being posted on the Internet, if you email it to us via our contact address, (considering content, of course) we could post it on the blog and allow readers to give you feedback.

Hope you all have a wonderful and safe Halloween - Remember, dress in light/bright colors, not black if it gets dark early where you are!  Cars can't always see you! (And, no, there's nothing wrong with going trick-or-treating.  My great-grandma did until she couldn't get out of the house anymore.)