Well, here I am.
I know it's been a long time.
At first, I tried to think that I just didn't feel like blogging. But that wasn't it.
The thing was, blogging simply started to become more difficult. See, a few years ago, I could blog at will. In fact, even immediately after blogging, I would be ready to blog again without even needing to rest. It was pretty sweet.
Recently, however, I still WANTED to blog, but when the time came to actually DO it, it just wasn't happening the way it used to. I think, unconsciously, I was avoiding blogging altogether, for fear of not being able to... you know. Perform.
Now, though, I'm facing my condition. I have a common problem. It's a rampant issue, though shrouded in silence. It can affect all bloggers from time to time, and it's nothing to be ashamed of.
I have BD.
It has a name. And now I know I'm not alone.
In fact, now that I've stood up and faced my problem, I feel better already. See, often BD has a large psychological component. And now that I'm back in the driver's seat, with the keyboard at my fingertips, I feel my internet potency returning to me.
Yeah, baby. That's the ticket.
Now I'm sure I'll have setbacks from time to time. Maybe once in a while I'll still be a little worried about what will happen when the next time to post comes along... but with the support of my friends, family, and internet supporters, I know I can lick it.
(Of course, I couldn't have come this far if not for the efforts of the International Center for the Study and Treatment of Blogrectile Dysfunction in Amsterdam. Here is a picture of their headquarters:
Inspiring, isn't it? Just looking at it makes me want to blog.