1} I perform my duties as a writer.
2} I perform my duties as a blogger.
Since I wasn't quite in the mood to write, I decided to blog. However, being chest deep in the throes of familia chaos since the night before Easter left me woefully unprepared to blog about something, I decided to do the next best thing.
I tidied up my blogs.
For this one, I tweaked the appearance by eliminating a few links and shuffling a few widgets around. In other words, nothing that would severely traumatize you the reader.
However, I got to thinking about my adult oriented blog. The more I thought about it, the more I realized that the blog needed a severe overhaul. So overhaulin' I did go.
I cleaned up the appearance and made it more user friendly, but I didn't go so far as to change the template or the address. Instead, I went as far as not only changing the title of the blog but changing the purpose of the blog so that it would more accurately reflect my current state of being, which for the moment, is in a severe state of flux.
The new title of the blog is called It's Always Saturday In Suburbia, which to me is a more accurate barometer of what most people do on the weekend, which is recovering from the trials and tribulations of their Monday thru Friday existence in the stupidest way possible.
I also changed up the blog description as well, because quite frankly, the other one wasn't really doing it for me. So the new blog description is thus:
Where Patience Is A Sin, Bad Language Is The Norm, And A Bald Moment Is A Thing Of Beauty
The last major change that I did for the blog, was to change the purpose of the blog. No longer would it be strictly a home for my stories, with the occasional rant thrown in for good measure. Now it would be a home for some of the more pointed rants that I don't feel comfortable putting on the main blog, which is as you know, is basically PG-13.
Hopefully, this new version of my adult blog will serve a dual purpose: One, a place where I can really let loose without worrying about whether or not someone would find what I have to say offensive; and two, a place where I can possibly discover new topics to eventually explore on my main blog.
I'm not sure what the future holds for Cedar's Mountain, but I'm hoping that by making these changes to my adult blog, it will somehow kick start me into writing new stuff for this blog, which after almost four years, it's quite possible that this blog has become, shall we say, a little stale.
In any event, look for a new post this week on "It's Always Saturday In Suburbia".