Monday, May 28, 2018

Momentary Hiatus

Circumstances have conspired lately in both positive and negative ways to derail my intended schedule of posts here. No excuses, just realities that are in some ways beyond my control.

My father passed away on Tuesday, May 15, and I have been dealing with normal legal and logistical challenges since then. It may be awhile before that abates entirely. The emotional issues are there as well, and if you are so inclined you can read about them in this post on my Sense of Misplaced blog. I appreciate your understanding and respect.

I also continue to devote more attention to Sense of Misplaced because I firmly believe the "bigger picture" impacts every aspect of my life, your life, and our society in general. We have to start thinking way outside the box and I believe my true calling is to help achieve that. Consequently, more content is being provided there at this time.

Lastly, I am writing once again for my major client, for their Insectlopedia blog. The demand for content there is seasonal, so I have to write when the client requests it. My goal remains to write mostly during the winter so that I can be afield at this time of year, but we do not always get our way in the working world.

I may have more exciting news to share in the coming weeks, so stay tuned. Thank you as always for your continued loyalty.


  1. Thank you for sharing your reality Eric. Your story of your relationship with your Dad touched many, including my spouse, who had a challenging relationship with his father.
    We are only faced with this moment and it is significant, no matter our previous perspective/sensibilities. I wish you well as you navigate.

  2. I’m sorry about your Dad. I lost mine three years ago and still have days when it feels like I just lost him. I don’t think one ever gets over losing someone, a person merely becomes accustomed to carrying the loss around forever. God bless you in your time of sorrow.


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