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Sunday, March 10, 2013
Still in limbo
I'm debating the future of the blog .I have completely lost my initial excitement to write; it's becoming tedious, especially as the next few entries are emotionally wrenching. I'm not sure I'll continue; it's not bringing in revenue, and since we're probably backing out of the super expensive school - we simply cannot afford it - and donations are not coming in anyway - the blog is not as necessary anymore as I thought. I am leaving it up here since it is definitely helping many people who stumble across it. But for now, just stay patient as I figure out what I'm planning to do. I might write new entries, I might not. Check back once a week or so if youre not on the RSS feed, and let's see what happens. My writing muse might return; it might not. Who knows.
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Oh. Sorry to hear that....I find your blog sooooo inspiring!ReplyDelete
That's a disappointment... I have been reading it and following for a few months. I find your story inspirational and thought-provoking.ReplyDelete
It would be a pity to be left hanging right before the most emotional part...
That would be reallydisappointing! I've become attached to dovi and his story through this blog...would love to continue reading. This is my favoite autism blog since it is very real and down to earth, as well as very well written.ReplyDelete
I've enjoyed the blog very much as well, but bless your heart, I can't imagine you have a lot of free time just for my sake... :)ReplyDelete
I totally thought of you last night when I went clothes shopping in a store that practically was in W-burg... but here in Beit Shemesh. :)
Anyway, hatzlacha raba if you do or don't continue. I like to think either way, Dovi will one day get to read these and see how amazing his mother was even when he was very young.
I'm really touched by the heartwarming responses to this entry. I think that you've all made me rethink it and I'll probably resume writing at some point, even if it's after Pesach. Thank you everyone for your continued interest and support. Hopefully I'll still be back.ReplyDelete
Good luck in everything! May hashem give you the yishuv hadaas to make these most difficult decisions. I'll miss your blog a lot, it was really inspirational for me.ReplyDelete
This blog is my biggest chizuk while undergoing a completely different nisoyon, namely an abusive marriage... I know there is no connection but somehow the daily struggle, the never ending drama, I can relate. Please continue writing, i have enjoyed every word.ReplyDelete
aww i really feel like i know Dovi and waiting for the day i'll bump into him on the street and go, oh wow, that's the famous Dovi! i hope you dont leave us hanging. would love to hear how he's doing now and daily.ReplyDelete