So, when is that next "change" post coming?
I've received a number of queries from readers as to just when the next "A mind is a difficult thing to change" post is coming up. They've all been very polite and careful not to pressure me.
Ah, but I pressure myself, and ask, "So, you [expletive deleted] old procrastinator, when is that "change" post coming, anyway? The last one was on 9/11, and it's December already, in case you hadn't noticed."
My answer, both to them and to myself, is: soon. "Soon," as in, "within the next couple of weeks."
The trouble is that those things seem to take an unusual marshalling of energy. It's not just the length of the "change" posts, it's the reliving of the experiences--at least in memory--and the effort to process them in a way that would be relevant to more people than just myself.
But I'm not complaining. I, too, am eager to take on the task. After all, it's a self-motivated and self-appointed one.
It's just that it's so easy to say "manana" (although it's apparently not so easy for me to put that little ~ thingee over the "n" in "manana." Anyone got instructions on how to do that? It's probably something very simple and obvious, right?)
So, bear with me, the next "change" post will be coming--soon.