A Letter Of Apology

Hey y’all.  It’s me.  The black man thinking.  I know it’s been a long while since my last post.

I could tell you all about me spending these last couple of weeks finding the meaning of life.  All while traveling to the far reaches of the earth looking for life’s mysteries.  Or maybe I’ll tell you about me going to places only seen on television and the internet solving world hunger and helping to end the war…..everywhere.

Truth is…if I said any of those things, I would most definitely be lying.  I ain’t done none of that.  Truth be told, I just got a little lazy.  “Oh, I’ll write something tomorrow”  or “I’ve got some free time this weekend.  I’ll do it then.”  All tiny little fibs I was telling myself.

You see, writing is like exercising.  You need to do it all the time in order to keep a healthy rhythm and a great pace.  If you stop for any reason, you need to put in twice the work the very next day to keep that flow going.  I wasn’t doing that.

Now I’m not saying that I’m about to be the Olympic triathlete of blog writing, but I will do better.  I gotta get my act together.  I have far too many thoughts floating inside this brain of mine to not put them down on virtual paper.

So, here ye here ye!  Today I make it known that I will do better.  I will write more, and I will give the people what they want (oh, if you want to know my thoughts on something…just ask, and I’ll write about it).

Here I am, formally apologizing for my shortcomings and vowing to write more consistently.

Peace and Love,

Mel

 

PS

If you see me around, feel free to ask me if I wrote something today.

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5 thoughts on “A Letter Of Apology

  1. Krysta says:

    Glad to see u back!

  2. Kim says:

    Yay!! Melvin is back!!

  3. Mel says:

    Thanks ladies. It’s good to be back.

  4. Dave says:

    Same with me and my blog. I dropped off of the map since September 5th and just put up my first post since, 2 days ago. I give the excuse that I’ve gotten busy with grad-school, work, my home life, and other things, but the truth is just what you said. It’s like working out. If you don’t set a regiment, things will slowly slip through the cracks. So I guess we will make this declaration to do better together.

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