A Word From The Editor
I've been blogging for a little over 7 months now and still figuring out what it's all about (Alfie).
I have noticed that lots of my favorite bloggers don't post for weeks, and I think that's great. I'm going to feel free to do that, too, and not have to call it a hiatus.
I love our little UU blogging community but it's a bright, quick and demanding one that I can't always keep up with. I admire those who do, but I can't.
I may occasionally turn off comments as a way to say, "PB has put something out there and invites you to go discuss it without her." Blogging is, by nature, ephemeral. I find that a very active comments section makes me feel as though everything I write may require a subsequent lengthy conversation, and I just don't have the energy to maintain that kind of vigilance.
I had this fantasy that I was going to wake up real early every morning this summer and do some reading and studying and have a work-out before starting my day of other brilliant things.
So far I've stayed up 'til about 2:00 a.m. most nights watching things like "Animal Precinct." I wake up at about 10:00. My big new translation of Don Quixote is sitting on the floor unopened.