August 10, 2009

It Is What It Is

I’m just not sure what it is.

Since I returned from Florida in June, I haven’t been led to resume the path I was on before I left.

I haven’t felt the urge to blog. Getting your comments posted is about all that I’ve been able to manage. I haven’t even replied to the loving comments you have shared. My e-mails haven’t been read to the point that some of the inboxes are overflowing and now reject new messages.

Using the internet to teach myself HTML/web page design at the same time we are plotting a course that will unshackle us from dependency on JPS (Jamaica Power Service o/c Just Poor Service) has consumed my time and forcefully kicked my dormant brain cells back awake.

It was always so easy for me to learn. Now I struggle to hold on to what I just read for more than a few minutes. Wait, was that about inverter panels, HTML tags for table layouts or battery arrays? Absorbing this information, testing my comprehension thru trial and error (lots of errors), and separating the facts from the hype being offered by alternative energy experts here in Jamaica is what I’m up to these days.

For now, I have neither the time, nor energy nor inclination to keep up this blog. Slipping away in the darkness of night just isn’t my way, but I didn’t know how to tell you good-bye, other than, GOOD-BYE! WALK GOOD! JAH BLESS! Please remember me when you pray.