I think I know when this blog will end. I never intended for it to continue forever. All good things must come to an end. Next year will make ten years that I’ve owned and operated this blog, and next year will be the end. I think I will officially end the blog on March or April 2019. There are a few reasons for this decision…

I do not want to chronicle my married life or life as a mother on this blog. This blog was all well and good when I was single and playing the field. It was fun. However, now that I’m aging and making my way into a life with a woman I love I no longer feel a desire to speak so much about my life. This is largely due to the detestable flock of haters who read this blog religiously despite hating me, Sapphire, and anything I write. I’m used to these miserable chicks being critical of me, but my family is a whole different story. For this reason, my married life, and my life as a mother, will never see the light of day on this blog.

I generally tired of talking about my life. This is self-explanatory. There is only so much I can say about my life. I’ve experienced depression, death, illness, crime, and everything else in the ten years that you’ve known me. At this point I think enough has been said.

I think it’s time to move on. This is self-explanatory as well. Ten years is a long time. I want to do other things. I want to focus on other things. I want to sit down and write my memoir. I want to make movies. I want to move to California. Yes, Sapphire and I will eventually leave Georgia for Beverly Hills. It’s not a matter of if….its a matter of when. She has a great deal of contacts out there with her business and I want to get into the movie business. I think it will be a good move for us.

That’s about it. Sometimes it’s just about recognizing when it’s time to let go. For me, that writing is on the wall.