This is a difficult post for me to write.
It pains me to say it, but I find I just can’t keep up with today’s Days anymore. I don’t want to go into the reasons why, because I think many of you probably share my frustrations.
Part of it is, simply, time. I started watching Days again when I was on my maternity leave with my second child. Being the mom of a baby and a toddler kept me around the house a lot, perfect for Days watching and checking in with message boards. Now that “baby” is three (with no SORASing!) and my older daughter is in school, and our activities often take us out of the house. (Oh, and I’m also working full time.)
However, I love writing this blog, and I can’t quite bring myself to abandon it completely. I really enjoy all my readers and the intelligent, civil corner of the internet that we’ve created here. So I am going to keep up my posts about the DVDs I’m watching from from the 80’s and early 90’s. (I’ll keep posting YouTube clips for those who don’t have access.) I hope some of you will stick around for that.