January 6, 2012
With all the work that’s ahead of me, I’m having a hard time letting go of the work that came before… namely, almost five years of posts. There were a bunch of photographs, videos, and a lot of words poured out on those pages over that half-decade of vanity publication. Seriously, I feel like at least a couple of those old posts were keepers and I hate to lose them, but hey, maybe it’s time to take a step back.
The Navajo make these really cool works of art from colored sand. Some of them are quite intricate. And when they’ve finished, they offer up a prayer and dump the sand into the wind. It’s all about the impermanence of things and the willingness to discard wordly possessions (or somesuch). It’s a pretty smart way to approach things.
But there you go… I’m still working on moving the old stuff over, but it may not happen and I need to get used to it.
Beyond that, my plan is to keep on keeping on. For those kind souls who’ve hung on to follow the Hog Blog so far, I want to give you more of whatever it was that kept you coming back in the first place. (How’m I doing so far?) And for new readers, I hope I can make it fresh enough and informative enough to bring you back for more.
And that’s enough of that. I’m still working on the move, so I hope ya’ll can bear with me until things are running back to “normal”.
January 4, 2012
Bear with me while I get the new hog-blog set up. Thanks