Head in the sand? Not really.
I have been missing again when it comes to posting. Or at least, slowing down. My diagnosis was that I seemed to be in a funk, or depressed mood.
Trying to resolve that made me realize that it was the same way I felt when the political season was in high gear. Constant bombardment of negative comments and stories about how our country was doing, even though statistics proved otherwise just raised my frustrations to a point that I literally started getting nauseous.
The opponents to Mr. Trump are in such a frenzy that they cannot seem to live their life without finding fault, predicting catastrophe, seeing villains in everything and everyone one surrounding him. When they could not find good in the Korean developments, and low unemployment figures, I saw the proverbial writing on the wall.
So.... my avoidance routine is going into practice. Some will relate it to the ostrich myth of sticking their head in the sand. If so, no worries, you apparently believe they do.
But when I see an ostrich like this, I have to smile and wonder if they are not on to something.
So, you may not see a lot of controversial posts for a while. Unless I trip over it and it REALLY fires me up for some reason, I am going to post positive or at least post things that I think that we can personally improve. It will result in low feedback comments as I have already seen, but may result in a better mood and equal readership.
If someone hears the calling to be a enabler of political discussion, please talk to the T-G about becoming a blogger. We need other voice. To those who ARE bloggers, PLEASE get active again.