...the re-posting of previous posts. The week long gap in re-posts is a result primarily of the 4th of July weekend, but also partially due to my personal quirks as a writer.
I liken it to building up a head of steam: From the time I get behind a keyboard, it usually takes me several hours to get geared up to write/do creative/editorial work. To a lot of people  it seems like I'm loafing: Crusing the InterWebs, reading books, listening to music, etc.
Truth is, I'm stokin' the creative coals, basically inputting the raw material that's gonna get turned around/churned around/chewed up & spat out in my writing.
Typically it takes me to early/mid-afternoon to get a full heada steam.
But once I'm primed, well, then time seems to vanish for me. I can & have written non-stop for hours & hours, all through the night & into the dawn. The best actual writing time is often from 10pm to 1 or 2am.
But the build up needs to be as uninterrupted as possible.
Now, as the house spouse, I have responsibilities around the home: Shopping, cooking, what laughingly passes for cleaning .
It breaks the flow of the build up. Add to that other little chores that pop up intermittently  and the "steam" dies down.
So typically, just as I'm starting to reach critical creative mass in mid-afternoon, I find myself shutting down the creative process to tend to important & necessary daily tasks.
I don't really get a chance to re-stoke the coals until 7 or 8pm.
As a result, I find myself occasionally falling behind schedule.
I'd like to post a lot more often on this blog, pieces that carry a little more thot & weight than most of the stuff I'd put up previously.
But -- as noted -- that takes time for the creative juices to do their work.
So, hopefully, today the "housekeeping" chores for BuzzDixon-dot-com will be done & new posts will follow shortly.
I crave your indulgence.
 Hi, honey!
 Hi again, honey!
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