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The Weblog at The View from the Core - Thu. 03/31/05 08:06:09 PM

Must Cut Back!

I have spent the last couple of weeks pondering my priorities. I have decided that the demands of real life — mostly the need to make more money — require a considerable cutback in blogging by Your Humble, Faithful Blogster. So, don't expect regular, daily blogging here until further notice.

I do plan, though, to continue the following, so there will be new content regularly:

I think it will be much better for me, for instance, if I spend more time thinking about what I can turn into an article for the Tribune-Review and less time thinking about what I can turn into a blog. I'm working on an article, and I already have the go-ahead for three more. But, the more time & energy I put into them, the less there is for blogging — and vice-versa.

Deo voluntas, the number of entries in E.L. Core @ Catholic Exchange and E.L. Core @ The Tribune-Review will grow a lot over the next few months.

Please continue to check back often, Faithful Reader. I hope it will continue to be worth your while to visit The Blog from the Core frequently.

P.S. Those of you who send comments, quotations, and poetry — you know who you are :-) — please, continue to do so whenever you like. And, if you haven't yet, feel free to start. Thanks!

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Thu. 03/31/05 08:06:09 PM
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