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Dormant

Posted August 19, 2016 by Benjamin Liles

Picture of the ruins of Kilchurn Castle, Argyll and Bute, Scotland.


The hint of life is always present. What looks dormant really isn't. It's just in a state of rest. At least that's what I believe. To be honest, however, what may have seemed to be a long time just to be abandoned or without hope, this blog has sprung back to life. I have reviewed what I want to do and what needs to happen.

And I found this out:

1) I can write when I want, in terms of writing, without feeling penalized or as if I did something horribly, terribly wrong.

2) It's better off for me to write as I do enjoy it. I say this, but with my luck I'll get disenchanted yet again and this will go on the back burner once or several times more.

3) If 1 and 2 don't stump me then I'm doing all right. I just have to keep plodding on (or is that plotting on?).

For the sake of my site/blog I can simply redesign the whole thing and go from there, but I rather like the look and feel. The main reason for the long wait is that I wanted to see about getting posts up without doing a great deal of coding. I have figured that out. It's called removing a few formats I had in place and leaving it be. Which is what you see now.

Dormancy can be a good thing. Sometimes it's not. Regardless of which it's better to not always lie in a state of rest as things can fall into disrepair (as you can see with Kilchurn Castle as pisctured above).