As you now know, I left my job on Friday.
I've been given the opportunity to take some time off and figure out what I really want to do in life.
The first item of business is about five acres of yardwork in South Georgia. Today I hit the road heading south. Unfortunately, there is no internet at my little cabin in the woods. For the next several days, my posting will be limited. I'm going to attempt to head to the library at least once a day and update you on my latest thoughts, political tidbits from the hinterlands and possibly how much grass I cut that day.
In the future, I will be travelling quite a bit. I just ordered a lovely new laptop and I have a feeling it will be my new companion.
I honestly don't know the fate of this little blog. Yesterday was the first time in 47 days that I did not post. And people still came. That makes me glow a little bit. In just a few months, I've attracted my circle of friends, other bloggers and even anonymous people scourging me for my positions. That's when you know you've made it. Anonymous flames.
I'm going to keep it going. I won't be posting like a monkey on an overdose of ritalin, but I am sure over the next couple of months, I'm going to have some interesting stories. I hope you will continue to drop by and see what I wander into next.
I'll see you when I find my next internet outpost.
Let the griftdrift world tour begin!