I think I am done. Thanks.

Blogging has been a big part of my life over the last 5 years.. I have gotten to know many interesting people. I have made friends. I have made enemies.

I have never posted consistently, but instead have chosen to comment…a lot. I am actually a very passive and mild person. While blogging, I have developed a voice. Actually, many voices…possibly more than there are in my head.

After 4 years with BYU-Idaho and this past year at BYU, I am moving on to a permanent position as a public community college. I am excited for a new start. Most of all, I am excited for the stability that this position will bring to my family.

I have been trying to figure out how Mormon blogging and the Bloggernacle will fit into my new phase of life. What I have decided is that they will not.

Instead, I should write a dissertation. Maybe an article or two. I think I will blog, but I am not sure about what.

I have quit the Bloggernacle once before. That time I was angry. Now I am at peace.

Thanks.

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  • Nitsav

    Ah, the dissertation has slain many a blogger.
    It’s good to be at peace.

  • Fare thee well, Chris H. I’m sure you’ll visit from time to time.

  • I’m wondering how heading back to school full-time will effect my blogging next month… and from there on out. Best wishes, Chris.

  • Ben

    It’s truly our loss, Chris, but I completely understand the rationale.

    Now to go work on my thesis…

  • Best of luck. Hope all goes well.

  • Steve Evans

    God speed, young man!

  • Chris,
    I think this is sad news. I think your voice is a good and valuable one, even if it’s one that doesn’t always resonate with me. I hope you find time to stop by from time to time.

  • Say it ain’t so!

    I’m so very happy for you and your academic position though. That is fantastic.

  • I haven’t been around here long and I don’t comment much, but I appreciated what you added. Thanks for contributing while you could. Good luck!

  • Best wishes.

  • Wish you the best.

  • Good luck with the new job and the dissertation, Chris. If I ever find myself in your neck of the woods, I’ll give you a call.

  • Kevin Barney

    Good luck with your new gig. I’m excite for you.

  • Congratulations on finding a permanent position! In today’s economy, that’s amazingly nice.

    Good luck with the dissertation and the articles, and enjoy the peace.

  • Hunter

    Chris —

    Will miss the fun you bring to the fight. Come back soon, y’hear?

    Oh, and congratulations.

  • TT

    Fare thee well, my friend.

  • Thanks Chris!

  • Dan

    That time I was angry. Now I am at peace

    Getting out of Utah will do that to a man.

  • Chris, it’s been fun. See you around!

  • djinn

    I have loved your contributions,, will miss them, but all things must end. Best of luck with the new job.

  • “even if it’s one that doesn’t always resonate with me”

    I think I gave up on resonating and that is what brought me to this.

  • I will see some of you around Facebook for sure. Others possibly at Sunstone this year. It has been fun.

  • I’ll host you in England if you ever make it over here.

  • Peter LLC

    I’ll buy you a hotdog if you ever make it here.

  • kevinf channels desmond

    See you on the other side, brother.

  • Sad day, Chris. But I understand completely. Good luck with the new job and the dissy. I’ll see you on FB.

  • annegb

    🙂 God bless. I keep saying I’m going to quit too. Just can never make the break.

  • Have a good trip, Chris, and I’ll see you in a few months. 😛