I am sitting here eating my lunch after having an interaction with another person - that person is unnamed, and will remain that way. While eating my delicious salad (prepared by my bride) I started my self-evaluation process (looking-in-the-mirror-syndrome). The subject matter of the interaction is not important nor do I feel that the interaction affected my emotions in any way. I like to consider myself as wearing a coating of Teflon, not a suit of armor. I objectively asked myself “What am I doing? Are my actions [messages] providing something of value or something that is possibly creating turmoil? Why am I doing it? Should I just “throw in the towel” and get on with my life?” The conclusion I came to is to shut down the Rainy-Day Bloviating articles. I had fun and enjoyed writing the articles, but it is a very time-consuming effort for a product that may not have a market or have an opposite effect [intensions] on customers. Thank you for your patience with a nuisance.
Rainy Day Bloviating - Farewell
9 months 1 week ago #16207
Having a very ACTIVE retirement life, I find your bloviating to be enjoyable, but way too verbose and WAY too frequent. I visit here once a week which is all the time I can spare here. Finding one of your vignettes a week would be great.
Bob Hicks, from Utah
I’m 75 years young and going as hard as I can for as long as I can.
“Free men don't ask permission to bear arms.” ― Glen Aldrich