There is an old saying in the construction industry that the contractor’s home is the worst looking home on the block. Having worked in construction for a few years, I can attest to the truthfulness of the saying (just ask my wife about our current house). The saying alludes to the fact that when you do some particular skill or task for a living, chances are you dont want to come home and do it in your free time.
The same can be said of my blogging and writing. Writing articles has been steady over the past few months so I haven’t been all that interested in writing or blogging here. Don’t get me wrong, I’m always writing in my head, and very much enjoy the endeavor. At any given time, I have at least two or three tabs in my browser that our blog-worthy topics. As I’m doing my various tasks throughout the day, I blog them mentally. Unfortunately, I find that I usually do not have the time or energy necessary to conduct a cranial dump here, especially on days where I have already spent hours writing for work.
I know that I have some loose ends here that need to be tied up. Among those are the Danny Chen trials. I will do one more post on the matter, but at this point there is not much more to be said. I also really want to dive headfirst into my book and finally get it finished.
Unfortunately there are just not enough hours in the day. And that’s why I havent been blogging. If you would like to read something I’ve written, check out my recent article in the latest issue of American Warrior Magazine about some of the bravest, and most inspirational people I’ve ever met.