Nope, that was not a rhetorical question. I am really wondering why all of the folks, whom I am about to mention, have not blogged in such a long while. Let's see, from the blogrolls on the right side of my blog page, there are several bloggers who have not blogged in a week, others who have not blogged in weeks, and others who have not blogged in a month or months, some coming close to a year.
The Breda Fallacy - 6 days ago (close enough to a week to be included here)
Double Tapper - 2 weeks
Gun Pundit - 2 weeks ago
Federal Review - 2 weeks ago
Do Over - three weeks
Lead Chuckers Blog - 1 month
Dakota Ranger - 1 month ago (and when I bring up his blog, the page stays there only a moment and then switches to an add for some sort of blog rolling.
The Law Dog Files - 1 month ago
Parallax Adjustment - 2 months ago
NY Firearms - 3 months ago
Heartless Libertarian - 3 months ago
Dog Snot Diaries - 8 months ago
Upland Feathers - 10 months ago
Rucking Fidiculous - 10 months ago
Now granted, it is the end of the summer. maybe some folks took a late vacation, maybe some are going back to school, maybe some just have the end of summer blues but yet, maybe some have writer's block, or maybe some of the above are just sick of blogging. Most of those reasons to stop blogging probably would be temporary from what I can tell about those bloggers, or so one would hope. Yet, I am also fearful that maybe some have stopped blogging altogether and forever since it has been way too long since we have been graced by their writings by way of their blogs. I am hopeful, in the case of those, of you mentioned above, who have been absent from blogging for many months or more, that you are all in good health and that someday you will return once again to your keyboards and grace us with your written words concerning your: interesting personal stories, wit and humor, knowledge on this subject or that, your political views, your interpretations of world events, your local stories, and on and on. I miss you all and am sure that others do too.
All the best,
I Spoke Too Soon . . .
2 hours ago