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A Question

So I know my blog has been very much on the personal side lately, it is with this in mind that I would like to give at least a temporary pause. I would like to ask my readers  if they are comfortable with that and enjoy that or would rather, I make a stronger effort to veer this blog back onto a more social political topical track, and start another blog to continue the far more personal posting?  I don't want any one to feel that they can't or should not comment on any of my post as I do truly enjoy reading and responding to comments, I always find that they help bring insight that I would not have gleaned my self that I can always use. So please by all means do comment.


  1. As for me? I am happy with either way. I enjoy hearing about you and your life, but your political posts are very well written also. So, write about what ever you are in the mood to write about, and I will be a happy reader. I am slowly working through your back posts.


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