After nearly 3 years of blogging (somewhat sporadically) on Journalspace, I find myself on a new site, in strange territory. I'm sure some of you are stranger than others, but I think I'll fit in ok.
Journalspace was sabotaged, or the victim of an act of God, I'm not sure which. At any rate, everyone there lost every post they ever published. I've started this blog to have a place for old friends to find me and, hopefully, to make some new friends.
I'm a pretty easy-going guy, for the most part, and try not to take things too seriously. I have a great sense of humor (at least I think so), and try to use at least half of my wit on every post.
My old journal was named: Aurora and Snowdrifts. This journal's name represents the geographical distance Alaska has from anywhere, and the sometimes deep and distant thoughts that cry out from the depths of my being. Most of the time my posts will be on the shallow side, but there will be times when I will need to explore the receses of my heart, and there are some dark and heavy things hiding there.
At any rate, here is my first post on a new site, with a new learning curve. I hope to see old friends, and to meet new folks. When it's too cold to leave the house, a blog is a great way to keep in touch with this altogether crazy and mixed up world.
Take care all, and I'll make an effort to write something once in a while.