Do as I say, not as I do…

Did you notice the gap?  I’ve been silent for a couple of weeks. In fact, I didn’t even put up a photo for Your Sunday Best, and I’ve been pretty regular about that recently.

So, what I’m here to tell you today is to do what I say, not as I do.  I think to sustain your blog, consistency is important. I know that I visit certain blogs on a regular basis, and I’m disappointed if those bloggers break their rhythm. So, why shouldn’t I expect readers to be disappointed when I don’t post on a regular schedule.So, I apologize for my absence.

No excuses for past behavior…but here they are anyway. The reason I’ve been missing is that I moved into a new studio and have been trying to figure out art time versus writing time.  (Not a valid excuse, but it’s one anyway.) Another is that not only did I just move into the studio, but we had a wonderful open house on this past Sunday. (That one is a valid excuse as I didn’t have a minute to spare getting ready for the event.)

In the future, I will do better, because frequency of posting is important.

This post is to remind you of that fact and it’s to tell you I’m back and to look for some substance from me tomorrow.

Have a great day.


About loubelcher

I'm a freelance artist and writer. I enjoy anything whimsical and my art and writing generally concentrate on the lighter side of life.
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2 Responses to Do as I say, not as I do…

  1. I was missing you and wondering! Thanks. So happy to hear that your open house was such a success! I didn’t realize how much I enjoyed your posts until they stopped coming!

  2. Jonathan says:

    I agree about the consistency thing – although I also think that once you have a connection with somebody – either through their writing, or comments, it doesn’t really matter so much – you will invariably end up asking if they are ok if they vanish.

    Love your blog btw – just discovered it.

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