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Friday, 1 May 2015

ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE: A REPORT FROM A FUGITIVE.

Last month, I put the brakes on weekly blogging. The week before I called that halt, I blogged about blood on my toothbrush.
   At a span of a few minutes after publication, I realised what I'd done. Yes, blog posts can be unmade. But I aim to stand by what I've written, unless I gradually change view on a topic or fresh evidence comes to light...
   In this case, I stand by the two isolated blog posts I wrote. There was blood on the toothbrush. A week later, non-toothbrush events took me away from the blog. The goodbye for now blog post and the bloody toothbrush blog post were unconnected.
   Writers who supported me backstage are thanked again. I'm okay. My dentist says so. Blogging about two unrelated incidents created accidental damage. Luckily, that damage was illusory. Long may it remain so.
   

2 comments:

  1. Well, I read, recently, that a Canadian author was in pain after battering her face off the landscape. One tree was hurt in the making of that anecdote. Your bicycle will live to wheel another day. We're all okay, more or less. Glad you were okay. Any crash you can type about...

    As for blogging, I just didn't want people to read those two posts, FINISHED WITH ENGINES and BLOOD ON THE TOOTHBRUSH, and link them when no direct link existed.

    Just thinking about blood on the toothbrush sent me into a quarter-hour investigation of Garrison Keillor's scribblings. Might be worth a blog post, one day. ;)

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