Dropped & Missing Links


It’s spring, y’all, and you know what that means.  It’s spring cleaning time.

Time for me to scour through all the links to the right ==> and check to see if there are any (to be continued) articles that dropped off into the deep end, never to find their promised continuation.

Don’t get me wrong.  I have done quite a bit of sequential writing, where I do my best to organize the posts in a logical fashion, so that a three-part discussion is grouped together into parts 1, 2, and 3 (and 4, and 5, and 6).  I have also added many links to posts that I feel are relevant to the discussion at hand.  In this fashion, I feel that I have done a decent job with maintaining congruity to the multitude of ideas that I present.

Sadly, there are many abrupt dead-ends that plague my lists.  Looking through the list, I am sad to report, I have much work to do.



I found a lot of dead ends.

This is indicative of how my brain works.  I scamper happily through the varied gardens of knowledge, rattling off in childish monologue blather, all the delights I found growing in a disarray of profusion.  And, like a child, I never finish anything I start off.

So in an effort to be a more responsible writer, I will resist the urge to write about new topics until all the older dead ends have been resolved—as in an ending of a chapter before starting a new chapter on a different topic altogether.

Still…so many new interesting topics to explore…so many new ideas to think about…so many exciting things to delve into…

4 thoughts on “Dropped & Missing Links

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  1. Let’s just say you have “mental agility!” And that, my dear, is a sign of genius! You’re doing fine. Keep those ideas rolling. 🙂


  2. Organizing is good but I know I’ll miss any writings that get put aside, but will look forward to more of course.


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