More to Come… I Promise!

I just wanted to take a moment to thank all of you who have remained subscribed to this site. I realize I haven’t been the most faithful of bloggers this year.

However, there is a plan for this site which I hope will be of enjoyment to most of you while also encouraging even more subscribers as well.

The downside to that, though, are the technical hurdles involved which will require a bit of scripting wizardry on my part to accomplish. The entire process will very likely yield some nice tutorials or code sharing posts as well. You know, if you’re in to that sort of thing.

Thanks again for sticking around.


2 responses to “More to Come… I Promise!”

  1. Wow! I love the new colors here at your blog. Very flashy. Is this part of the new “plan” for you blog? Well, I like it. :-] But I visit for the controversial thought-provoking Christian posts. I need another “reformation” post…you threw down the gauntlet there and never picked it up. :-}

  2. I’ve sported this design before, though I’m refining it much better this time around (especially the header area… It’s so simple, but it’s probably one of the best design decisions I’ve ever made).

    And yes, I realize I did that… and I’m reminded every time I visit my page & the Reformation post is there staring me in the face.

    I’ve not forgotten, though. Life’s thrown a lot at me which has demanded my attention, which is partially why I’ve posted so very, very infrequently.

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