Tuesday, December 08, 2015

Nothing to write about

When I was a full time RVer, I had significant things to write to you about here in my blog. Now I am an apartment dweller. I now have very little to write to you about.

However, I have readers still following my blog who would like for me to post about my daily life. I tried writing about my daily life a couple of days ago. In fact, I made one post on that topic. It didn't work.

I found myself drifting off into political mumbo-jumbo. And you know what happens to political writing! It inevitably becomes an endless argument. That kind of writing is not right for me.

So, I want to thank for the fun we had together in years gone by. I wish you now a fond farewell.

Sincerely,
George


18 comments:

  1. What you don't realize is that many of us do care even if you don't have much to say. Hell, ya got a lot to say about getting older, facing those twilight years, about making the best of our last days/years on this earth. Maybe, there is no big adventure to talk about, but being human and feeling and sharing is really Dam important!

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  2. Maura I concur. George you have a lot to share and many care to hear about you and what is going on in your life. Life is a journey and it doesn't have to be in an RV.

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    1. Amen! George doesn't understand that he has lived a life so rich, so amazing and could share even more richness about his thoughts on a life so engaged, and now the wisdom of what he has learned, how to endure pain etc. and how he is embracing all of life! George, you do have so much yet to tell us and teach us!

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  3. George at least check in once in a while to let us know you are well.

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  4. You have lived a long, full life and have learned many lessons for sure. How about passing on some of those lessons and stories from your past. We're still here George.

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  5. Don't force it George...just let it flow like you use to do about your recipes, your garden, your thoughts. Heck I post every day on FB and just say what I want to say i.e. I saw a post that Barrios Pizza was partnering with Food Bank so I posted on FB that I was glad that was happening because as a single mother I once had to use Food Bank to make ends meet and learned how to cook things I would never have bought such as pork loin. I went to the library to learn what pork loin was and look for recipes and learned to make green chile and BBQ pulled pork. I also learned how to cook cabbage.

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  6. George, we love to know what you are up to. Neither you nor we have "interesting" things to report each time, but,it is nice to check in with so many who care about you. You are important to us !

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  7. I just like to read you so I know there is life after
    RV..... Hope you come around.

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  8. I just like to read you so I know there is life after
    RV..... Hope you come around.

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  9. I don't remember you talking a lot of politics when you were in your RV...maybe step away from the TV/radio/newspaper, you didn't spend a lot of time with them when you were RVing

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  10. Take Care George. I think your's was the 1st blog I ever started reading...
    Upriverdavid

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  11. George, I'm up to Sept 2006 so I have a ways to go yet and I am loving it. (You just baked a cake for your son.) I like to see what you are up to currently from time to time. I hope you continue to fill us in even if it's just monthly or so.

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  12. Please live the blog up. It's a great resource for people to learn from the Master. If you need Some one to take it over so it can stay available for the future, let me know cause I want to help keep it alive.

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  13. George if you stop posting to your blog, we, your followers will have lost an important part of our lives. Please, even if it's a monthly post to just say hello I'm still here feeling great, would do your followers sooooo much good. Please re-think your decision. Happy Hanukkah.

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  14. George, please keep checking in with us occasionally. You are at an interesting point in your life now. You are a golfer. I still remember fondly our afternoon together about 10 years ago in Calistoga chatting over a Mexican lunch and cervesas about our kayaking adventures. Your friends, Juanita and Doug

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  15. Doug/Juanita, it's funny. I just read the blog post where you had lunch with George. As George would say: WOW!!!

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  16. George, please continue your blog. Every morning for years I've been enjoying your adventures big and small.

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  17. George, sharing what is going on in your life (as mundane as it might seem to you) is good for us but also good for you. You have an opportunity to express yourself creatively. For those of us who have followed your life's journey for years, it is an opportunity to see how this new chapter in your life is unfolding. We can and do learn very much from your experiences. I hope you will continue to blog if only periodically. Best wishes.

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