Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Feeling the Passion

It is so hard to believe that I have been away from blogging for such a long time. I got a new job last year and became extremely busy with travel, late nights at the office, and when I did find myself with some free time I wanted to spend it with the kids and wife, not with my nose in a computer.

But I getting back into the swing of things. I am feeling that calling to want to write about my experiences, if not for others enjoyment, at least as a chronicle for my kids to read into the future. A blog is a great way to keep a 21st century diary.

I was reading through some back posts and found myself smiling and chuckling out loud over some of the adventures the past two years. Good times indeed! I am have kept up with some of my favorite bloggers who continue to keep me connected with the writing I have been missing on my own.

With hunting season literally beginning tomorrow, I have found that I am more amped this year than I have been in many. First I think it is because of the excellent fall forecast for ducks that the industry rags keep talking about. But second, we are into our second year at the duck club and things are looking awesome this year. We've spent more time preparing the table and now I am anxious to enjoy the feast.

So if you are one of the few who still gets these posts, then thanks for sticking around. I will see if I can't scare up some new material for this year that interests and entertains you.


SimplyOutdoors said...

Glad to see you back. I can't wait to the hear the stories.

I haven't been this excited about a hunting season in quite a long time. I can't wait!

It should be a good one, no matter what you're hunting.

michael said...

I'm Glad you back and still posting your story. welcome!!

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Camper Trailers said...

Glad to have you back. I love to hear more from you.