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The Unfortunate Truth

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The Summer. The Business. The Side Projects. The Driver’s License. The Art Funk. The Heat. The Beach. The Boroughs. The Target in Brooklyn. The President. The Books I want to read. The Free Concerts in Prospect Park. The Music. The Watercolors. The Cat.

These are the parts of my personality. There is a happy mixture somewhere, but at the moment I have been feeling more driven to my design work than anything else. This is why I am announcing that while I am not going to stop writing, the subject of my writings will change.

Clients now read my site.

I cannot be as frank as I would like to without changing my format. Much like a radio station, the occasional re-branding might help bring focus to me and my content.

So, from today on, I am retreating back into the parts of my life that I have neglected to discover where and what I want to put on this website and what parts of my life I feel comfortable in revealing to you all. Thank you for your continued support and friendship, I hope to be back in full effect here soon.

This doesn’t mean I wont be posting, but rather it means that I may be exploring what my content might be.

1 reply on “The Unfortunate Truth”

Ahhhh…. you've reached that milestone where personal acquaintences are reading your stuff. Used to be, I could post rants about friends and relatives with impunity. Now I cringe a little when a conversation starts "I saw what you wrote about… ". It's fun in that more people are reading. It sucks in that you can't say whatever you want.

Or cannnnnnnn you? :) Depends on the price you're willing to pay I suppose.

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