Life works in funny ways. One minute you can be miserable and feel like everything is hopeless, and the next you feel on top of the world.
An interesting trend in Jewish blogs, specifically blogs begun while one is single, it that once the person finds their significant other, they stop blogging (Cymbaline aside, though even she hasn't posted in 5 months). The reason why, I believe, is because one has so much to say, so much they HAVE to share, and blogging becomes their (often only) outlet. But then they meet someone they can share everything with. All their ideas, their hopes, dreams, everything. Suddenly, they no longer need the blog as an outlet. Not anymore.
I've met my significant other (thanks in part to this blog, actually, as well as fellow blogger For Real, who actually wrote about my future wife in her first post). Not long ago, I got engaged. My time was limited as it was, and I'd been blogging less frequently (not due to a lack of ideas, but a lack of time). However, the drive is gone now. I want to share my ideas with my future wife, and don't feel the need to share them with anyone else. That isn't to say I'm done writing, or that there will never be another post, but for now this is my last.
Thanks for reading, you've been a wonderful audience. May you all be zoche to find what I've found.