Thursday, December 6, 2012

'Tis the Season

So it is the Holiday Season, and I always get excited for time of year. I enjoy celebrating all the various holidays with my friends, and it just seems like a happier time for most.

With the need to get my head out of my rear end and focusing on the future of the season, I have started getting more questions prepared, and putting myself back out there in the internet world.

I haven't really been involved this past year in much on the forums, which I am sad to say.

And now that I'm making my rounds, I feel out of place.

Some people don't know who I am, some people don't care (which is fine), some people want to argue...

And then there are those who do listen.

It's an odd world, the Internet is.

You are only relevant for as long as people care.

It's humbling and rather painful sometimes.

And of course, I don't know what to share to be helpful, as I have been out of the loop.

And then there are those angry internetters who claim that Breeders come out of the woodwork only when they are trying to sell things.

Ouch.

I hope I don't fall into that category, and I'm pretty sure I don't.

But I buck up, post things I think would be helpful, and try to get back in the game.

Same with the blog, although here I feel like I can share more than most places.

And why I ask questions of my blog readers rather than ramble (although I know I do) when I'm not sure what to talk about.

So please, let me know what you want to hear. I know I have missed a few questions this week, but I need to go and take pictures and stuff to validate some of the questions. I will get to them, I promise.

Until then, keep piling them on!

Have a great day, my friends!

2 comments:

Chelsea Boocks said...

More a personal question than a breeding question, but how do you manage to breed snakes, work and go to school at the same time? I feel like I'm losing my mind and failing just between work & school right now.

Breanna Hunt said...

I want to say that I think you're wonderful! I'm glad I decided to click on your blog link from the forums. You are a fountain of information and with me trying to breed next season, reading about your ups and downs is very helpful to me. And now for something on a lighter note: Share some of your personally highs and lows this season. I'm not sure if you've done that yet (if you have, that pegs me as a horrible reader!), but if you haven't, it might be a good summary of last season and a great way to shape the new one. Have a nice day!