Some of you may or may not have gotten around 400 new posts from me in your reader over the last couple of days, and for that I am truly sorry. The truth of the matter is, I set up a new blog thinking that I needed to differentiate myself from this blog's identity, and I couldn't have been more wrong.
Plus, WordPress really sucks.
I won't waste your time by giving you all the details, but if you ever decide to try WP over Blogger, don't. At least that's my opinion.
On to posting frequency.
Since we've gotten the children, and since I've gone back to school, and since I'm still working full time, I really haven't been posting with any predictable frequency. I'm going to try and change that, and I think being back on this platform, in the familiar arms of my old trusty blog, will inspire me to new creative heights, and will result ultimately in your reading pleasure.
So I beg your forgiveness, and hereby declare that this is the last time I will be wishy-washy to my faithful blog buddies. Or will it? You know, I'm not really sure.
If you want to truly catch up on what I've been doing, you can read the following posts, which are actually new. I dated them with the original dates I posted them on WP, so they may not have shown up in your readers. If you want news on the adoption, read the first one. If you want the usual crazy, read the rest.
I love you guys. Seriously.
More on the Adoption.
My Grandma Died.
I Take My Family to a Nursing Home.
Our Son Draws a Picture.
My Dog Made Me Cry.
I Address the Psychology Behind Your Temple Run Character.
Friday, March 23, 2012
Eh. I'm Back.
I'm a husband, father, son, brother, and friend. I teach English and Literature to the youth of today. I love Jesus and my mother, and I'll gladly introduce you to both. I love photography and writing. Duke basketball keeps me occupied for half the year, and hating Chapel Hill keeps me busy the other half. As you can tell from the title of my blog, I like stories. I'm a big guy with a big voice, trying desperately to be heard by someone before The Lord takes me home. Let's be best friends.