I just noticed I haven't shared anything on PersonaPaper in about two days. And, here I am, the guy who's grumping at everyone else to post something daily.
I feel horrible for having neglected you as well as myself.
Not only have I noticed a slump in activity, I'm noticing a marked decrease in page views, in general. So, as embarrassing as it might be to be the guy who isn't regular enough, I think it's safe to say, the key to getting views and interaction here is to be active.
The Persona with small but consistent posts will probably do far better than those who only post on epic moments and changing the whole world every few days.
Besides, I've had to ease off a bit lately. It seems the only topics I can come up with are those divorce-related topics and we all know how stupid folks can get on those topics. I've seen it too many times.
Thinking about the past and those lost opportunities, it's just too depressing. It seems a little bit ironic to me, in order for me to do right by them, I must get past the encounters in my own head first.
I really got down a few days back because I came across someone's post here where they expressed reluctance to post anything here for their being “sick of” seeing a “certain name” here at the top of multiple categories.
I have to wonder who the “certain name” is, for about a half-second.
Then, it dawned on me, a certain someone is saying they choose not to be active here, because they don't like seeing my name? Not my problem. Does this certain individual not go grocery shopping because there might be some "objectionable" people in the grocery store, too? Heck, if they're really not being active here out of an immature whine about seeing my name, well, I can't say I really care. I hope they find all their happiness on the ooze or somewhere.
Because, really, their stupidity is not my problem - not at all. Let 'em hang, for all I care.
So, here's to another try, another attempt. Let my enemy rage at seeing me putting another post up. Let the slobs and slackers point derisively in the general direction of all who dare to try – anything in life. I don't answer to them and I am not the jackass-whisperer anyway.