Post election frosting

Via Joe Gandelman (at Dean's World) I see a pleasant reminder that the election is over:

that this election could not be over soon enough for me, since to do a credible weblog I had to write about main campaign issues and developments to keep the site updated and relevant...which meant ignoring some other big interests (such as foreign affairs, popular culture and serious media issues). I don't mourn the end of the campaign; I truly celebrate it because it opens up more opportunity for writing and more challenges to work to expand and broaden readership. (Via Glenn Reynolds.)
Well, I am glad to be unburdened, because (much as I felt obligated to cover it) Classical Values was never intended to be an election blog, and I'm pleased to return to what I hope regular readers enjoy.

Amidst this Christmas rush, I'd almost forgotten how much I wanted the election to be over, so I could kick back and.... And what? Relax? Devote more time to the subjects I most care about?

Alas! Relaxing is not what I'm doing today, and nor is blogging; I'm doing my last minute Christmas shopping and mailing in TEN DEGREE weather.

More later, if I don't lose my fingers to frostbite.

posted by Eric on 12.19.04 at 10:42 PM










Comments

I actually didn't cover it much. My readership, needless to say, did a nosedive during that period.

Kathy K   ·  December 20, 2004 7:40 PM

I just moved to NJ from Houston. Suffice it to say, coming in to work yesterday morning with the thermometer reading 9 degrees was a painful moment.

Beck   ·  December 21, 2004 10:54 AM

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