I’ve been writing on this blog for six years now, which is a pretty long time to do something that’s both as unimportant as it is rewarding. If that statement doesn’t make full sense, that’s because I was never really that great of a writer.
But as I attempted to put together a collection of mini reviews for the things that I saw in the last month, and sat here on a relaxing night trying to come up with jokes for two Charlie Hunnam movies; King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (which sounds like a botched foreign translation of a better title), and Lost City of Z , I just went… “Nahhhh, this might be it. This might finally be it.” You don’t have to blame Charlie Hunnam for this happening, but I’m also not telling you not to blame him.
For the last few months, I’ve had the intention to write this post *after* I went through all of 2017, making 2017 the last full year I did all of this. But I thought, “why bother drudging it out until then?”
I’m also aware that probably no one *needs* this post, and I could have just went away; but after listening to the Missing Richard Simmons podcast, I figure an explanatory goodbye is way less confusing than just dissolving into the darkness.
So, I guess I’ll reflect a little on the past six years of blogging, if you care to read it, which you probably don’t, WHICH WAS PART OF THE PROBLEM. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯