February 9th, 2011

Free Press Documents VDB Goldbricking

by Philip Baruth

Blogging daily for a period of years does odd things to your psyche: you feel guilt, sometimes nagging and sometimes intense, when you don’t blog. Less than a man, to put it bluntly. So when the Legislative session started in January, and the available time for blogging shrank to the size of an Altoid’s tin, the guilt set in. But maybe no one would notice the fall-off in output, right? Of course, it doesn’t help if the Free Press runs with your failing in a post for VT Buzz.

The Good, the Bad, and the Bloggish

Actually, it’s a nice snippet, pointing out that blogging, like eating, has taken a backseat to family and committee work. Still, back in the ’80s Irene Cara told us we could have it all. Makes you long for the early days of blogging, when it was all about the stories and the sun and the barbeque.

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  1. on February 10th, 2011 at 7:49 am

    […] In today’s VDB post Philip laments having less time to blog since jointing the Vermont Senate, and doing so somehow manages to publish this awesome picture again. If you recall, it’s a group photo from the first blogger barbecue in 2006.  My little girl wasn’t even born yet, and the only traditional media to show up that day was the publisher of The Vermont Guardian, Shay Totten. […]