I’ve noticed that yet again, some of the blogs I formerly checked in on regularly are now gone from the Internet, apparently not by the blogger’s own choice. That’s dismaying, and it does leave an uneasy feeling, causing some of us to wonder if we’re next for the chop. I personally won’t court trouble but neither will I make obeisance to political correctness. However maybe my obscurity will cause me to be less of a target for the vigilantes.
I apologize for the scarcity of recent posts, and I am still working on getting back in the swing of things. My recovery is slower than expected though I am making slow-but-sure progress.
I also see, with some disappointment, that Ann Corcoran at Refugee Resettlement Watch is taking a break from blogging, after some years of steady blogging. I think a rigorous posting schedule (along with work in the ‘real world) does take its toll. I think I began blogging around the same time as Ann Corcoran, so I can appreciate that she has earned a rest.
As for me, I’ve had the occasional long hiatus from blogging, including the recent long absence so I can’t plead blogging fatigue.
I also noticed that Porter at Kakistocracy is also taking a break, and I hope he will feel ready to resume; I know he has lots of faithful readers looking for his next post.