Dear Snapurly Reader:
A couple of years ago, I decided to start this blog as a way of sharing some insights and thoughts that had come into my mind based on things I had seen, heard, or read about. I was excited about it and commenced eagerly on entertaining the masses (all 12 of you who are reading this). However, earlier this year, while I felt the content being put out wasn’t bad for an amateur writer, the fun side of writing had diminished. The process was laborious and a few postings I felt like I had put something out there because I hadn’t written a post in a few days or a week. What’s more, the tone of the postings started getting away from my personality. I like to laugh. I like to enjoy life. I like to share random thoughts. And although I can be serious when I need to be, I am not a self-improvement guru that which all persons on Earth should stop what they are doing and listen when I speak. So why am I writing like that? Let me leave that advice to the experts.
I desire to get back to the point where I enjoy writing again and am using the excuse of life change (I recently got married) to reinvent my blogging identity. This means that this is the last post on Snapurly. I am proud of what I put out and would not take any of it back but I feel like it’s time to move in a different direction to mirror the new chapter in my personal life. I want to thank all of you who have stopped by and glanced at one of my 108 posts. I may know you, I may not but either way I am grateful for your time.
The good news (or bad depending on your thoughts of Snapurly) is that I am not going away, just changing addresses. I am proud to announce my new blog Burtogram that will be my blog home going forward. It will be a departure from the Snapurly posts but I am excited about the new direction and content decisions I have made for it. Look for the first posting to appear in the next week or two at burtogram.wordpress.com. I hope that you like what you see.
Thanks again for your readership over the past couple of years. It has been a great ride.