For just short of 11 years I have been working on this blog with scarcely a day off over that period. It is becoming more and more difficult to do this, both in terms of censorship, electronic interference (as well as the complexity and horror of events) and my own health which seems is declining.
Often I find it hard to find the motivation to turn on the computer to “do the news”. Even today, the photo I wanted to attach to the this article refused to download.
I am really needing to take some time off to reassess what I can and cannot do.
Quite simply, I feel overwhelmed at a time when my physical and mental energy is not really up to the job.
I am therefore going to cut myself some slack and not worry about the blog too much while I take a break to reassess.
I am never far removed from events and if I see something I regard as particularly urgent and important will be posting immediately.
In the meantime, best wishes to you all.
9 thoughts on “The blog”
Take it easy, thanks for your dedication.
Best wishes for you and yours’, Robin.
Hi Robin… greatly appreciate all that you do…. will be saying One for you and hope for a Miracle for you …. best wishes, Joan
Take care of yourself. Best to you Robin.
Wish you well mate I survived cancer when no one said would hang in there
Take care, Robin. You are greatly appreciated.
You will be missed.
Not quite gone yet! Just letting myself off the hook.
We appreciate your dedication and broad array of topics covered. This is one of my go-tos for deep stories and excellent analyses. I pray for your good health and wish you well! God willing, you’ll be feeling better and back in action soon enough!
Don’t know Robin’s age, but the astrologer in me (and same for astrologer friend in my comment replies) feels that if Robin is transiting a major life passage, it will likely prove very stressful, with illness a possibility.
Friend distinguishes between ‘speed bumps,’ where the road ahead is still visible, and ‘turning a corner,’ where what’s around it can’t been seen until that sharp edge is first reached.
The approach could take as long as 4 to 5 years, depending on the individual.
I’m going to say Robin will be OK once he gets his second wind.