Blog Burnout! Back October 8!

I seem to be suffering from Blog Burnout. Which makes sense, I guess: Over the last six months I’ve posted about 120 pieces here. So I’m gonna go persona non- bloggis until Monday, Oct. 8.

See ya’ then!

(Oh, I wanted to say. I would LOVE for anyone to go back and read some of the earlier stuff that went up here before anyone really knew I was here. I like a lot of the stuff in “Autobiography,” for instance [for sure one of my favorite pieces (is that obnoxious to say?) is Baby Hitchiker, which about no one read]. And the whole thing on coyotes [see "Coyotes" under "Categories" at right] cracked me up when I was writing it.)

Anyway, of COURSE poke around if you’re inclined. And I’ll be checking my comments and all, if anyone … well, cares. Thanks.

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  • david

    I completely understand. I've been thinking about doing the same thing myself, though I haven't been at it as long.

    In any case, enjoy your break.

  • Kerri B.

    Well, OK, if you must. Catch you in a week or so.

  • John Shore

    You guys are such sweeties…

  • Jill Kerman

    EVERYONE: He’s not kidding; those coyote stories are HYSTERICALLY FUNNY!!! Go read them! :)

  • Hjordes

    If coyotes are anything as good as Baby Hitchhiker (please, all, encourage John to write a whole book on Baby!) I'll have to check em out.

  • Tony

    Enjoy your time off. By the way, could you do something really goofy while you are away so you could tell us about it when you come back?? Just kidding, of course.

  • John Shore

    Thanks, guys, for the love. Fantastic. (And Tony: TOTALLY FUNNY!)

  • Lyn

    Rest up, John!

  • David S.

    Shabbat Shalom, John Shore!