I am suffering much from "blogger’s block" lately.

It’s very strange. I start out on a post, have it almost finished, then decide the damn thing is no good and leave it to languish in the “drafts” file.

Part of it, I think, is that this is my favorite time of year, and I’d rather be outside enjoying the Fall weather than writing. (I hope that doesn’t offend you, dear readers.)

Hopefully, it is only a passing thing like it was last time. There are only so many times I can pull this trick of dealing with it by writing about it.


  1. Hmm… I like the outdoors. It gives me time to think about things I feel passionate about.May I ask, are you writing for yourself, or writing for an audience?I just never run out of things I am passionate about. So, for me, my blog is basically a public journal.You are a terrific writer, and in my opinion, try to maintain certain standards, such as proper English, LOL, which I don't dwell on.I guess it just depends on how much you want to open up and share 'you.'Maybe the question to ask yourself, why did you start blogging?

  2. I guess I'm mostly writing for an audience. I may be wrong about this, but I blog because I like to think that I have some non-obvious observations that may be of use to someone.Thanks for complimenting my writing, but I have to say I feel like it's often too verbose. (Your writing, BTW, is quite easy-to-read and conversational, which makes it very enjoyable to read.)

What's your stake in this, cowboy?