Breaking Back to Blogging

Back from my two-week retirement

Here’s the thing about laziness: once you start it’s very hard to stop.

Such is the case with my reluctant ease back into the blogging regimen. So toward the end of February, my schedule was swamped and I found very little free time and energy to produce ground-breaking, award-winning content for my humble, loyal, faithful, respectful crowd of viewers.

Flattery aside, it’s good to be back. It’s time I kicked my butt into high gear because I know all of you saps are hanging on my every syllable. These past three days I must admit I have been completely free of the stressful turmoil I was subject to at the end of February. Frankly there is no excuse for my inactivity during that time but rest assured I have returned and I won’t be leaving again anytime soon.

Consider me back into full-fledged nonsense writer mode. I promise from here on out that I will dedicate 101% of myself, on a constant 25-hour schedule, 8 days a week, 367 days a year towards the JP Feed. Some physicists may think this impossible but I merely see it as improbable. I am a ne’er-do-well no more.

Happy reading

About JP Feed

Welcome to the feed. My name is JP. The JP Feed is designed as a host to a league of stories, thoughts, and wonders from the minds of anyone that either is just perusing through or serious readers that want their voice to be heard. Anything from poetry to art to just humorous anecdotes is highly encouraged. Here our main goal is to satiate our hunger for knowledge and ideas.

Posted on March 6, 2012, in Blog Status, Writing and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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