I don’t think I’m that interesting
So I used to blog, but very infrequently. So infrequently that eventually I gave up on it. Not because I couldn’t find the time, but because honestly I didn’t think I had anything worth talking about. I didn’t think I was all that interesting.
And I’ll admit it’s a strange perception. When I was a staff writer at the Gateway, I was an opinion columnist – and by all accounts I was a good one. So when did the well go dry? When did I run out of things I felt were worth writing about? When did I lose my confidence?
Sadly, I don’t have any answers.
But with the advent of the Unknown Studio, I’m beginning to find my mojo once again. More importantly, I’m learning that people actually do seem to care what I have to say, something that I find amazing actually. So with Adam’s insistence, I’ll get back into blogging.
I won’t promise that things won’t occasionally be a little dry, but I’ll at least try to remain interesting.
Next time: Exploding Shark!
I’ve always found you interesting, Scott. So much so that I’ve placed cameras all over your house. And dude: you’re SICK!
Just kidding — I will say this: you need to draw more. Possibly for this blog.
That is all.