Valentine to My Readers

This is the tenth year I have been doing this blog.  Over that time, it has evolved from a Facebook substitute into a one-person science-and-humanities magazine-without-covers.  As much as I enjoy researching and writing and drawing and composing, I would not be doing any of that if there were no one out there reading it.  If it all ended, my loss would assuredly be greater than yours.

Although I do make the occasional effort to offer lighter entertainment, I acknowledge that much of what appears here are big gulps, some of which go down well, others not so much. But I pretty much write what I want, and you indulge me by at least considering to read it.  I thank you for doing so — the feeling of creative freedom keeps me engaged.

So here is my Valentine to you, dear readers.  You are the roses standing tall in the vase, the bouquet that makes my day, every week of the year, every time I click PUBLISH.

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6 Responses to Valentine to My Readers

  1. Gavin Larsen says:

    Thank you for your postings, Craig, whether big gulps or light sips! I enjoy them all. Happy Valentine’s Day!

  2. Rob says:

    Thank you for liking the rose part and overlooking the thorns.

  3. Dorothy says:

    I always look forward to your pearls, Craig… sending love to you and your beautiful bride 😘😘😘

  4. Susan Maclean says:

    🌹💕

  5. Lynne Benzing says:

    Awww….Happy Valentines Day to you and Sue! 💞. I think it is really special when someone allows others a peak inside their authentic selves. Thank you for sharing!

  6. Bruce says:

    Keep writing, be it gulps or sips or spit takes or whatever! I tend to read widely and in random gulps so it mostly works out over time. I’ve been a fan of your perspectives, drawings, and writing since the Reader’s Disgust “play with paper” days. I’m in for the long haul though I may opt out of the neural implant blog, at least until the 2.0 version.

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