What to Write Next?

I keep looking at my blog and telling myself that I need to post something new.  If I don’t do it who will?  Then I wonder, what is the purpose.  I know people are reading what I post, but I never get feedback or comments so I don’t know if I am on track with this blog or not.  I have comments posted to my Facebook post when these go on there but what is going on with the comments on my posts on here?  I have had 1524 views, I find this awesome, but only 21 comments in 3 years does not make sense to me.  I thought I had fixed the problem when I found that the comments portion had been turned off, but I am still not getting comments on my posts.  Is it because no one is commenting or is there still a problems somewhere with my settings?  Even on the posts where I specifically ask for assistance there are no comments and come on, I know that others out there know the answers to my questions.

So I am at a loss about what to write next.  I read and follow other blogs and absolutely love what they write about and their writing styles.  My problem, is that I really want the posts to write themselves simply by thinking about them.  If that happened I would have tons of posts already.  Most of my ideas happen when I am doing my daily drive to and from work.  The only problem with that is my drive is about an hour each way and by the time I get home or to work I have totally forgotten my great idea or have decided that that was not a great topic to write about.  Then I read one of the posts that I follow and they have written on the same topic…from a different point of view and it is great…so I don’t write on that topic…go figure.

I do know that the only person that can write this blog is me…what I have to figure out is how important is it to me to keep it going.  And if I do decide to keep it going what direction do I want to take it?  Time to sign off for a while and go ponder those questions.

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