I've noticed in recent months that many of the blogs I've been following for a few years now have stopped posting. I think it's a symptom of blogging burnout. After a while the enthusiasm that we had for posting about our activities and lives starts to fade.
I'm feeling this as well. I don't want to stop the blog altogether. It's something that I love to do when I travel, but my day to day existence isn't all that exciting. Writing and posting blogs shouldn't feel like a chore so I'm going to be posting only occasionally when the spirit moves me. It may be weeks between posts, or maybe even months.
Recently I've realized that I havetoo many photographs on my iMac's hard drive. I've spent some time deleting some (over 1500) but I still have more than 20 thousand images. Way too many. It's slowing my computer down.
I'm going to be more selective in taking photos and in deciding what to write about. But from time to time I'm sure I'll be inspired to put something up here so don't go away completely.
I'll leave you with this photograph of children decorating the road at the Moss Street Paint-In a couple of weeks ago. I want my creativity and posting to be as spontaneous and joyful as chalk drawing is for these kids.