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Sunday, May 28, 2017

In Conclusion

In August this blog will celebrate its 8th anniversary.  It has been a large part of my life and I hope at least a small part in yours.  To date it has hosted 148,161 guests from all over the world.

However, as much as I have enjoyed this aspect of my life, of late it has become difficult for me to come up with material.  I'm disabled and most of the time am at home alone.  It is challenging to come up with material worth your time.  I don't wish to be boring. Or trite.  Or redundant.  I rarely get visitors.  I rarely go anywhere except to Walmart where I scooter around getting groceries.  And with such a limited life--well who wants to read about that?

So my inclination right now is to bow out gracefully.  I've recently had a huge reduction in my daily traffic...for years I had about 200+ page views in a day. Now I'm lucky to hit 30.  This is a fairly recent development but I totally understand it. And I think it is another sign that I need to return to handwritten journals... where I can be as boring as I want because no one else needs to read it.

I will leave the blog here for you to come back and read...the archives are voluminous...dig in...especially look at some of the early years of the blog....There is some good stuff there (if I do say so myself).

I had a practice of every year, in January, having a book made of my blog entries. (there is a company called who for a fairly inexpensive price, will print a blog from whatever span of time you designate.). I now have 7 books which contain each entry in the years that had passed.  Maybe someday  I will get so bored I will actually read through these volumes...and will look back at those years of recent past and will be reminded of things that are lost to my conscious memory now.  I wish there was a way to mass produce all of these and to make them available to you but as far as I can tell, that is not possible.  Maybe some day I will select the "best of..." the posts and make a book from them.

May God bless you and bring you to an intimate knowledge of Himself if you do not already know him.  And if you do, then may he bless your days and keep you in his care.  Thank you for walking this road with me.  If you would, would you please leave me a comment about how this blog maybe helped you or what you liked about it?  That would be wonderful for me to read.

In His Love,
Cynthia Lott Vogel

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