Hey, campers, if any of you are still out there. As you may recall, my father became very ill recently. He seemed to be recovered, but he has unfortunately relapsed and is back in the hospital in critical condition. I am hopeful that he will again bounce back. Until then, I’ve been spending all my time with him and getting in the odd baseball piece when I can. I intend to return to this blog on the coming days, perhaps as soon as this evening if time permits. Until then, I wanted to give you a heads up that I haven’t abandoned you or it, I’m just overwhelmed right now with other responsibilities. I appreciate your patience.
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My father is still in the hospital, though considerably improved. If things continue the way they have gone, he should be able to come home soon and I should be able to stop worrying and resume my normal activities, which include annoying any number of people who read this blog. I appreciate your patience.
Oddly enough, I find myself spending time at the hospital with a constitutional scholar, and I’ve been taking notes…
I’m heading to Baltimore for a ballpark event today so blogging may be light. In the meantime, the “Wholesome Pop” button above finally goes somewhere, sort of… My new blogging effort, a songblog, starts today at www.casualobservermusic.net. Hope you enjoy.
Apologies for the slighter number of entries over the last couple of days. Due to the massive storm that hit the Northeast over the weekend, I’ve spent more time bailing and waiting for the lights to come back on than writing–a most frustrating state of affairs. Things are supposed to get back to normal within a day or so… I have juice now, but looking out my window I can see that half my neighborhood is still dark.
The BP Annual and some other stuff have knocked the wind out o’ me sails in terms of looking at anything that’s not horsehide. Back to normal posting later today.
–Your harried correspondent.
If you look at the navigation bar above, you’ll see that certain things don’t work yet. If you don’t mind, I don’t either. Well, I do, a little, but I chose to get started before we’ve straightened everything out. Be patient with me. It took only five years to get this far…