"Now, what is this site about, how Joe Torre ruined pitchers' arms? Is that it?"
-Michael Kay, August 18, 2009

Monday, November 23, 2009

Guess who’s back

It’s been a while, hasn’t it?

Now that I’m on Thanksgiving break, I figured it’s time to try to get back into blogging.  I’ve been extremely busy at school and hopefully this break will recharge my batteries.

Plus, I reached an agreement with Jeremy that he would stop pestering me to blog if I wrote today.  So here we are today.

I know I rarely posted in September, didn’t post once in October and only posted a picture thus far in November, but I’d really like to get back into this.  There was a reason (in my head) for not posting during October – superstition.  The Yankees were playing just fine without me getting in the way and it paid off in the end.  You’re welcome.

The AL MVP is announced today at 2 p.m., so I’ll have something on it later.

6 comments:

Lenny Neslin said...

It's too late for this Fletch, I've already bookmarked your other site (Bejeweled).

Andrew Fletcher said...

You aren't funny.

Steve G. said...

I have to force myself to write every day, personally. I tried taking a day or two off, here and there, when I started blogging, and it just didn't work. Forcing myself to post every day at 7 - even if it's something as simple as "Post is delayed tonight, sorry!" - has really helped me write more in general.

Andrew Fletcher said...

It's really up and down for me. For a few weeks, I get really into it, but then I get lazy again. These last few months, however, have been new for me. I completely gave up blogging altogether.

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It's really up and down for me. For a few weeks, I get really into it, but then I get lazy again. These last few months, however, have been new for me. I completely gave up blogging altogether.
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