I have developed an even deeper respect for Jonathan Turley over the past week. Here I am a little old retired lady with not all that much to do and yet I found that it wasn’t all that easy to choose stories/issues to write about for this blog—and to write about them. I had at least half a dozen stories selected last weekend that I had planned to post about—and I didn’t get around to writing about any of them. Searching for and selecting stories, reading them, condensing them to provide blog readers with the heart of the matter takes time and a lot of concentration. I was disappointed with myself for not being able to come up with clever titles for all of my posts. Sometimes inspiration takes a vacation when I need her most.
I want to thank JT for entrusting me with the responsibility of being one of his three guest bloggers. I felt it was an honor—especially considering the company I was in. Nal and Mespo, I enjoyed reading all of your posts. I’d also like to thank all of you who took time to read and to respond to my posts.
I am looking forward to JT’s return so I can sit back, relax, read, and return to just commenting on the Turley blog.
P.S. to Mespo: “metaphysical, mental meanderings while the maestro was away” Be still my heart! I love men who know how to alliterate.
– Elaine Magliaro, Guest Blogger