Saturday, December 19, 2009


That last bit about Bob Dylan's rendition of Little Drummer Boy (which I'm assuming you enjoyed) was post number 100.

A hundred posts in about three-and-a-half years is, by all accounts, a pretty dismal output. Nevertheless, it's still a milestone and any milestone is worth celebrating. Maybe I'll wear my santa hat and have a mince pie.

It is also a good time, perhaps, to call it a day. Thanks for pushing and prodding this little blog along. For commenting, sharing, or just coming along for the ride. But above all, thanks for reading. For validating its existence. Tomorrow's stories await another voice.

Merry Christmas. And a Happy New Year.


Anonymous said...

no please dont!!!!!!keep writing.....i enjoy reading your posts.

P said...

I echo that.... Dont Stop.

Your audience may be small, but we are faithful and loyal. Where else do we go to hear heartfelt expositions on Dylan, thoughful analysis of the Gandhi heir, scrutinising letters to Nick 'Adolph Griffin?

Be less frequent, if you must. But Don't Stop.

Anonymous said...

You should not stop. You have a talent to write.. What will happen to all language you gathered from Archies and Hardy boys and..all of those books :)
Keep writing less frequently..but kindly do not stop writing.. :(

An ardent follower of your blog

Anonymous said...

Your blog is a constant source of inspiration for me to keep putting thoughts into words. So dont give up already!