But not here. I think there are lots of things that have contributed to my general ennui toward blogging. First is the lack of stuff for me to blog about. Sure I could find stuff to blog about. Dig through a box of cards, come up with a new theme, or revive an old theme. But in the end I hate having to force something. Second is the exclusivity in the sports card market. Basically this ties into my first point, lack of stuff to blog about. The shelves are mostly bare with new products and even when new stuff comes out it's way out of my price range. Third, lifestyle change. Having a kid really cramps my style, at least for blogging. Before I had my son I had a room all to myself. It was a nerdtopia slash art studio and I miss it so much. Love my son to death, but still miss my space. Now my computer and scanner are crammed into a corner in the living room and my collections are squirreled away wherever I could find space.
Let me be clear here this isn't my swan song. I'm not signing off. As a matter of fact I'm on my blogger account almost daily reading blogs. And I try to comment, because who doesn't love a little feedback?
But I'm finding I have less energy to blog. Over the span of the last 6 and a half years I've put out some decent posts. Well researched and thought out posts. Of course that's probably 1% of my total content, but there are definitely some posts I'm really proud of. Now it seem like I have barely enough time and energy to post about a trade or TTM success or my thoughts on Topps Now cards.
Will this change? What will become of the Crack? Why did I start 7 different blogs?
In the end I'm not sure about my future in the blogosphere, but I'm not leaving just yet.
And because I hate a post without photos here is my best hit maybe of all time from a random pack pull. I featured this card and the pack it came from over at A Pack to be Named Later.