Monday, January 19, 2009

The other side of the coin

Sorry my faithful readers. I have some really great intelligently thought out posts to place on this blog, but I have been so blogged down by my other blogs lately, and my job, and my new baby, that I haven't had time to entertain Freadom Nation.

Keep in mind that political blogging is one of my favorite things to do, but there is only so much of me to go around.

Hmmm, kind of reminds me of...

It's kind of sad that there is only so much of me to go around, because I have an interest in so many things. I guess my grandma had it right when she said to me when I was little that while we may have many interests, we are most productive when we focus our creative energy in one area.

However sad that thought is, it explains quite well why I haven't spent much time here lately. With my asthma blog and my med blog, and my family and my job, I have little energy left for political blogging.

I have some great posts coming up eventually. If you want to give up on this blog I will understand. But by sticking around here you will be sure to see the other side of the coin.

Speaking of other side of the coin, that's something I thing I think many people in this country miss out on. I think it is so easy to simply believe every thing the media tosses out (i.e. Obama is the greatest thing since sliced bread and we are destroying the planet), that it's hard to entertain opposing theories.

And that's why we blog. That's why I blog. I blog, and you read my blog, and I read your blog, because we are among a minority of individuals who would rather entertain real facts as opposed to believing the popular opinion tossed out on a daily basis.

That, my friends, is the thought of the day.


S.W. Anderson said...

Ah, the demands of a job, a baby, family, home — been there, done that and know how it can be.

Your thought of the day is a good one, although my particular take on it would be more cordial toward Obama and more accepting of climate problems.

Take care and post when you can.

Freadom said...

That sounds good. I'm just glad to see someone is still sticking around.