. . . that is the question.
I have immensely enjoyed writing this blog—in all honesty, when I started last spring I wondered if it would get to be a chore, or if I’d run out of things to say. But I can honestly say there have been very few times when I didn’t have plenty of ideas to choose from. And I have enjoyed it even more than I thought I would.
But it’s a gardening blog, and I’m wondering if it’s time to make a change for the winter. . . as you can tell from the past few blogs, there’s precious little gardening going on in our yard at the moment, and that’s not going to change anytime soon.
There are options. . . I could write once a week instead of three times a week, or even once a month. But I’ve followed blogs before when the bloggers post infrequently and, personally, I eventually just stop checking. I would hate to lose all my readers (all four of you mean the world to me).
I could continue writing regularly, but more about what’s going on in my life than actual gardening. . . Lord knows, this blog sometimes tends toward that in any case. But it
seems like then I couldn’t really call it a gardening blog.
I could pick random gardening topics and write about them, even if they’re not exactly up-to-the-minute topics (not many up-to-the-minute gardening topics in Minnesota in the winter). . . there are so many things to talk about it seems like I would never run out of topics.
I have a feeling that many of my regular readers (hi, Sheri!) probably don’t tune in for the really hard gardening data. . . in fact, they’re probably mostly my relatives. But, like I said, it IS a gardening blog, and I feel like I need to stick to that to some extent if I’m going to continue calling it that.
So, weigh in with your thoughts. . . please. I know that writing this blog is probably immensely more meaningful than reading it, but I would love to know what you all think, if you have any opinions. I’ll certainly take any comments under serious advisement.