Well, life has many twists and turns. Sometimes we look at the path we’re on and decide it’s time to change courses. I sure know my life is changing, and, boy, it’s been a fun ride. Everyday I’m thankful for having the opportunity to do things and learn so much. This blog has chronicled my thoughts and ideas for a long time.
I always knew I’d stop blogging someday. And today I say farewell. Farewell blogging.
You might ask: Why? My answer: Because I thought this blog was going to make me rich and famous, and my dreams did not come true. I tried to make this blog the ultimate destination for everyone. I did everything in my power to try to make everyone love me. And what did I get? Indifference. Neglect. Sure, there were some good times. But c’mon, were they as good as I dreamed better times would be? No. No, they weren’t.
So I have to say goodbye to blogging. I know I won’t be able to do it anymore.
You might ask: When? My answer: When I die. I have no idea when that will be. Until then I’m going to continue blogging as normal, of course. But I just wanted to go ahead and say goodbye in advance while I had the chance. Some people have the chance and never take it. And then we’re left wondering if they ever even really meant to say goodbye. I think everyone should say farewell to their blogs right now if they haven’t done so already. Because you can’t take blogs with you to the afterlife, probably, maybe.
You might be thinking: Hey, Sean, I can take over your blog for you after your demise, just leave it to me! To which I say: Blasphemy! Blasphemy on high! Only I can write this blog! How dare you admit such hubris and arrogance! Oh, woe upon you!
OK. I’m glad I could get this farewell out of the way. It was really bothering me because for a long time I thought I had to blog in chronological order. And I do, for the most part. But when saying goodbye to a blog, it seems best to step out of the temporality of nature and give a respectful nod into the blurry fog of the future, because if there’s one thing I know for sure, it’s that an end to blogging lies somewhere in those clouds of dust.