Introduction, Part Two

While I’ve spent the last couple of days sifting through possibilities for the focus of this Blog, I’m no closer to establishing a firm, central theme.

So be it.

If the purpose is to grow as a writer, to learn new things, to possibly teach a thing or two to others, a central theme might not be as important as it initially seemed. In fact, with time and work the “central theme” might evolve naturally.   

Dig it.

So, and forgive me for being ridiculously optimistic for a moment, if there’s a topic, idea, theory, or anything at all you’d like to see this post give a little attention, don’t hesitate to leave a comment or contact me. I’d love to oblige.


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