First of all, please forgive my absence the past couple days.
While I try to write something every day — or every weekday anyway — sometimes other obligations get in the way. Especially when the calendar calls for riding my bike to meetings downtown.
And as much as I enjoy the ride, time spent on my bike or in meetings is time I can’t spend writing.
Then again, there are other things that have been eating into my time lately.
As I’ve hinted at before, there are changes afoot at BikinginLA, as I make the transition bike blog to an advertising-supported bike news site. The first step will — hopefully — take place this weekend when my site is scheduled to move to a private web server.
It’s not going to be the whole new website I’d planned; not yet, at least. But it will allow me to do things I can’t do now, like accept advertising and put up a link for donations while I work on getting a whole new design online.
If everything goes as planned, you won’t notice the difference. Otherwise… well, let’s just hope for the best, shall we?
Although if you have this site bookmarked, you may want to change it from bikinginla.wordpress.com to just bikinginla.com. Both work now, but the latter will be the address going forward.
Finally, I know I’ve said it before.
But in this season of gratitude, let me take a moment to thank you for coming here. Because without you, and all those who take the time to visit here, nothing I have to say would mean anything.
And if you need a little help counting your blessings this year, or remembering what really matters, read this.
Hopefully, I’ll see you back here next week.
Until then, please accept my best wishes for a warm and wonderful Thanksgiving and a very happy Chanukah.
And stay safe out there.