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So Much to Blog About

Monday, December 4th, 2006 · 2 Comments

Sometimes it feels like my life goes non-stop. I used to be better about writing about each day as I lived it and even posting all the relevant pictures. Lately, though, as you may have noticed, I’ve fallen a couple weeks behind in posting photos for all the exciting things going on. When I have a bit of downtime these days, I usually just feel like relaxing with a drink and The L Word.

That said, we just returned from a kick-ass weekend in Buffalo and Canada, visiting Johnny and seeing a live recording of A Prairie Home Companion. So chalk up another item for my unofficial list of Things to Blog About from the past 3 weeks of non-stop fun:

By documenting here, I won’t forget and I’m holding myself accountable to follow through as best I can. I’ll make each of the above items links to the new entries as I create the new posts.

I also have a number of blog-related improvement / maintenance things to do:

  • Create 301 redirects for archives from old domain here
  • Change archive link syntax here to match old domain / site
  • Improve / customize this design (custom photo headers)
  • Implement contact form
  • Relaunch old site

So you see, I have lots of big ideas, but just haven’t been able to find the time or energy to power through all of this. But stay tuned for more blogging soon…

Tags: blogging

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Blog Backlog Part Deux | Blog Master G // Jan 3, 2007 at 9:02 am

    […] I’m still making my way through my last blog backlog list, but it seems that it’s suddenly 2007 and I have another huge backlog of photos and reminiscing ahead of me to post, so here it is for the record: […]

  • 2 Saratoga Restaurant Week | Blog Master G // Jan 15, 2007 at 12:30 pm

    […] OK, so I’m only a bit over a month behind in blogging now, but it’s a holiday and it’s an ice storm outside, so what better way to spend the day than getting caught up on my two blog backlog lists (and doing some work, which I can’t resist). […]