Monday, November 5, 2007

Looking for some inspiration...

Well I'm at home today because it's a holiday here in Tassie. Which holiday is it you might ask? The answer is I have no idea. There are some many holidays here you'd think that people didn't like to work. Anyways I have a little time today so I thought I would post.

So I was thinking over the weekend about the next step in life. Which for most of you know is moving back to the USA. It will also include finding a job that will give me some health insurance and slowly starting my own business. Which will mean setting up a shop and the hole 9 yards.

I started thinking about this little blog that I write. I have really enjoyed this a lot. It has lead to some good opportunities. Like writing for some other blogs like I've been able to learn a little about making and posting videos. Which also is a lot of fun to do.

So I thought this weekend about what the next step for this little blog is. Now that school is pretty much done, what am I going to write about. So I've thought about writing about specific topics. Now I haven't thought about those topics yet, but I will. If there is anything that you all might want me to write about or share my opinion on please let me know. You can either email me, or leave me a comment here on the blog.

I have been keeping track of hits for about 6 months now. The blog is getting about 500 hits a month. Now I know that is not a lot, compared to some blogs. But if you were to tell me a few months ago that 500 people a month would read stuff that I wrote I would have told you that you were crazy. So thanks to all of you that read, I appreciate it. So please let me know what it is that you would like to see happen here over the next few months. What direction should we go and what things we should talk about. Believe me I am extremely flexible.

So have a thought about it and drop me a line.

Until then friends... Keep on Truckin'

Now playing: Israel Kamakawiwo'ole - Take Me Home Country Road
via FoxyTunes

1 comment:

Mark Mazzo said...


I would vote that you should continue to blog about your transition from the school setting to developing your woodworking/furniture design business. I think that this would be enlightening to many out there reading. Of course, as you develop new pieces you should talk about those too!

Just my thoughts.