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This Blog’s End


Well, after 4.5 years of joyfully writing this blog, I’ve come to decision to bring it to an end. In addition to the difficulty in trying to keep it up amid all the wonderful happenings and changes that have occurred in my life recently, I’ve realized that I would now prefer to go more old-fashioned and personal by starting a handwritten diary of my own, with which I can use to easily expand on very personal topics, emotions, milestones, adventures, etc. I’ve come to realize that a personal diary will provide much more freedom to jot down thoughts and feelings without any great fear or restraint, and also save time as a preparing and editing a blog takes quite a bit of effort. I’ve attempted handwritten diaries several times throughout my life, but had never gotten very far. However, after 4.5 years of joyful blogging, and now with much more greater incentive and drive to keep a handwritten diary, I’m very confident I will not fail in keeping up with one. I love to write very much and I will never stop writing.

It has given me much pleasure to write this blog over the last 4.5 years, and I greatly appreciate those who have read and encouraged me with kind comments and thoughtful suggestions, all of which I did my best to respond and adhere. Thank you, all! I wish you all the best in your adventures and lifelong dreams. Goodbye…

7 comments on “This Blog’s End

  1. Dennis Odell
    February 6, 2015

    I will miss your pics and thoughts. You could still do a post annually?…just a thought. Be safe and God bless!

  2. Glennda Hardin
    February 6, 2015

    I understand your decision and applaud you for it, but I’ll miss the blog. Be sure to keep in touch. Peace, Glennda

    The Rev.Glennda Hardin Deacon, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church P.O. Box 10357 Liberty, Texas 77575 936-334-2859

  3. J. S. Kim
    February 6, 2015

    Reblogged this on redmarine754.

  4. Dan
    February 7, 2015

    Wow, like an end of an era, haha! This has been a fabulous blog this entire time Paul and it has been my pleasure to experience aspects of your life in Korea thru this blog. Best of luck with everything!!!

  5. Asa
    February 8, 2015

    Hi, I think you may remember me or may not. I’m Asa worked at Cafe in Kyoto and suggested you to go Sanjisangendou as you posted on an article a few years ago.^^ Since that, I sometime visited your website and enjoyed it. It’s sad you ended up the website but I wanted to tell you thank you for sharing your experiences. Hope you will keep well!

  6. Fernando
    February 19, 2015

    I’ll miss this blog too! Now… I want old-fashioned letters!! 🙂

  7. Paul Gregg
    August 11, 2015

    I’ve enjoyed your blog over the years, Paul. Thanks for the mental journeys I took with you. Paul Gregg;

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