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).