blogging hiatus I have to admit to feeling just a bit lost.  I never realized just how hooked I am to blogging as an outlet.  Don’t be surprised to see a post every few days or so.  I hope my readers don’t think less of me or think of me as weak-willed (lol).

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  1. And just today I was thinking that I miss your posts even if I am not always in agreement with your political views. You most definitely stimulate valuable thinking!

  2. I met Chris Paysinger over the weekend, and we both confessed that we were going through Civil War Memory withdrawal.

  3. Thanks Richard.

    Ken, — Don’t expect too much. I’ve managed to get quite a bit done over the past two weeks, though it doesn’t have much to do with my lack of blogging. I now realize that pulling the plug was a bit drastic. I value the blog as an outlet where I can air out ideas and/or save information that will be of use in the future. Hope all is well with you.

  4. Hi Kevin,

    Glad to see you back at it a bit. Dr. Noe and I admitted that we checked back to see if you changed your mind. But I can understand your point. I’ve often thought you were a machine to teach, blog, write, etc….and do it well. Glad to see you reconsidered.


  5. i just dug a dog tag in petersburg, va. its a period silver quarter with engravings of name,co. 2d N.Y.M.R. is on the tag also with beautiful cross sabres in center.e-mail me and ill send you a pic. found march 13, 2008 on family farm

  6. Very funny Larry. It was a long two weeks. In all seriousness, I did miss it and decided that I would try to better to balance it alongside my other responsibilities. So far, so good.

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