It's been exactly one year since my last blog went dark. There's no question I've missed posting it but have been hesitant to restart it for fear of taking on more that I have time for.
So this time around I am going to try to not let it get away from me. Following in the footsteps of my blogfather Frank Murphy I am going to try to stick to one thought per day, instead of writing everything on my mind.
I'm also going to assume most of you have heard of a search engine and am going to save time by not inserting links to every little thing.
I've also decided to give Typepad a shot this time but have still not figured out all the bells and whistles so if there is a veteran of this particular blogging software out there, please speak up so I can annoy you with inane questions and
late night heavy breathing
(See, that's one of the neat new text options. Comedy gold).
That brings me to the Comments feature, always a dangerous option to enable. Yes, I will moderate the comments but your remarks will be posted if you adhere to these two rules.
1) Language. Keep it safe for work. You're not at a Raiders game, people.
2) I don't talk about my day job here. If you happen to know what that is then you'll understand why. It's embarrassing enough to spend my mornings that way, right? Why ruin the rest of my day? Any reference to where I work or what I do will get your post deleted. Of course, I do have a public email address and you can always feel free to send your work-related comments here.
That's it for the introductions.
Welcome to StronglyWordedLetter.com.
Where you get what you pay for.
P.S. Oh, I almost forgot. I've been posting every day for the last month to try it out again so feel free to catch up.