Left: Sacred Heart of Jesus (stained glass) from St Mary's, oldest parish in Greenville, SC.
I am using the occasion of the Paschal Triduum to announce a blog-break, my first real break since DEAD AIR's inception. It's been a long time coming!
A great deal of this is spiritual, and I am now reflecting on exactly what I am doing with my blog, what I want it to accomplish, etc. When I return, I hope to make some stylistic changes and improvements here at DEAD AIR. (And BTW, yall can go vote for me over at the Canadian F-word awards!)
On a more personal note, I am not sure how much of myself and my life I can safely share, and how much I should ideally share.
I am also presently dealing with almost-overwhelming issues of overwork, health and taxes. All of which have exhausted me. Admittedly, I have once again become obsessed with blogging and blog-stats, despite the better angels of my nature. It's time to take a step back and re-evaluate.
If you pray, please pray for me, as I wish all of you a happy, glorious, wonderful Easter.
As the governor of California so memorably said, I'll be back.
PS: I am very pleased DEAD AIR's official Easter Hymn is still alive and well on YouTube.
And the angel spoke to the women, saying, you are looking for Jesus of Nazareth.
He is not here, for He has risen, as He said.
After the Goldrush - Prelude
Art by John Pitre. Song by Neil Young.