Tuesday, 23 October 2012

How hard is it to blog?

I check Ben Gunn's blog almost daily, and try to catch his posts every evening.

Yet despite this, I don't find the time to write my own posts - this is, I think, my fourth this year.

The reason for this is simple - my life is not nearly as complex post-conviction as it was predicted to be. I have a home, a car, a job, a passport. I can travel if I choose, and within reason can do anything I was able to before conviction.

More importantly, my local community do not have an issue with me, my local police are no longer harassing me, and I am simply getting on with my life.

So, dear reader, I need to know - are you interested in the minutiae of that life, or do you only want to know about the "big things" that happen for me?

Please let me know by commenting, and I will look towards a revitalised blog incorporating your thoughts over the next few weeks.

1 comment:

  1. lol...i had to laugh at this post. i think far too many people think that registered sex offenders sit alone at the park waiting for the day to end...or conjuring up ways to re-offend. Im sure ive opened the door, given advice to or lent a helping hand to many individuals that think all sex offenders should be in prison for life. The truth is, most sex offenders are normal law obeying citizens that did a dumb thing long ago. That doesnt excuse it...Im just pointing out that the label and the registry creates more fear then that which os warranted.