Really, this whole Missing Letter Monday thing is getting old and asinine. What use does it serve? Well, aside from giving me some slight semblance of actually being around. Most of the time, it’s either old material dredged back out, or it’s just dumb rambling (like this) to fill a few words and make believe I’ve said something.
So on the one hand, I totally want to cancel this feature.
On the other hand, if I do that, who knows how long it’ll be before the next time I say anything; the blog might go quiet until October 4th. (Or, more likely, until I finish the book I’m currently reading. Or until the thing I ordered from Etsy last night arrives, ’cause I wanted to do a Doctor Who rant, ’cause some folks who don’t know the original show really tick me off sometimes. And yes, that will make sense when I fill in the blanks.)
The thing is, of course, that I’ve been doing this for two years now. I’d originally wanted to see others join in (and at first a few did) but it never became a thing across even a small fragment of the blogging world. And that’s okay. But it does bring to mind the question of if there’s actually any reason to continue going.
Aside from the fact that Missing Letter Monday has been the majority of what’s gone out from this blog of late.
I don’t have any answers and haven’t decided what I want to do. But I know I’m frustrated with things as they stand right now. And I don’t feel like I have the time or the creativity to use as much energy for these as I did in the beginning.