From time-to-time, I've thought about pulling the plug on my blogging efforts. I've done it for more than five years and I thought maybe that's enough.
This is my 2,000 post on this blog, The Daily Grit, which I use as a brain dump for whatever's on my mind. As a member of the first class of baby-boomers, I've really wrestled with what to do next.
I've come to the conclusion that I've got plenty to learn from others through the web and maybe they can learn a little from me. The web is really positive tool for bringing people together and I'd like to help baby-boomers and other move the needle over to help make that happen.
I have more to say in a lot of areas, particularly poltics where I spent a good chunk of my life. I'm no policy expert. I'm just a plain citizen who happened to be at one time a political reporter, a legislative staffer and a political operative.
I see the role that government's playing in my life and in the life of everybody. Now's not the time to hide under a rock and I won't. What else will I be writing about? Count on it that I will write about my family. Here's a pic-my grandson is in the stroller: