Monday, May 10, 2004

Reminiscence No. 4  

It's time once again for my periodic foray into blogocentrism. A couple of people have told me that they have made a point of reading every single post I've ever written. It's gratifying to know that my words and experiences have touched people so deeply that they would invest so much time and effort into exploring as many of my thoughts as they possibly can. But, sadly, I don't think it happens that often. In fact, tomorrow I could probably post something from my archives and pass it off as new with no one the wiser. It pains me to think that my posts—as a writer, my posts are the closest thing I have to children—go unread and even unnoticed by most visitors. So about every six weeks I look at things I wrote four or five months previously and call attention to some of my favorites. I am sad to report that, comments prior to January 6, 2004, seem to have disappeared into cyberspace. I don't know why.

During this time, I also published the love stories shared by Rey (Jan. 22) and Larry (Jan. 29). If you'd like to share your love story, please send it to me in an e-mail. I love to hear them.

If this is your first look into The Happy Husband's past, check out Reminiscences No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3.