I've never claimed to have deep reserves of that mysterious, mystical force called 'mojo.' First of all, I'm about as white a white boy as you will find. OK, maybe not Young Republican white, but I'm pretty goddam white, so that's one factor against me. Also, I don't play guitar. Unless your instrument is the triangle or you happen to be this guy, musicians generally have mojo to spare.
At one time, though, I did have a modicum of mojo. You may counter that there is no such thing as 'blogger mojo,' but I disagree. I have fun with this medium, and I daresay that Stabbone and McGraw has been better than the average blog (read: didn't quit writing it after 2 posts) since my idiot brother and I started this business back in 2007 with nothing but a dream, two laptops and a sizable grant from the NEA. For five years McBone has kept my juices flowing. You, gentle McBoners, have patiently indulged me.
Lately, though, you can hear the crickets chirp. While it's true that I:
a) have a kid now,
b) have two jobs now (surprise, coworkers!),
I cannot say that those are the only reasons why my work here has declined in quantity and quality. Yes, time is in short supply, but these days just beginning a post seems a monumental task. I'm not lacking in ideas, really, just steam.
I'm not given to depression, but this is depressing the hell out of me.
I could stop fretting and call it a day, I suppose. After all, it's just a blog. Roughly 0 people would notice if I up and quit. But I don't want to stop writing this thing, and anyway that wouldn't help. I need an outlet, so instead of bitching about the McBone's decline and fall, I'm going to try and find some energy. I won't get back to 10-15 posts a month anytime soon, but what I can do is write a little every day. I'd be fine with that.
So there you have it. We're making a comeback of sorts. Rising from the ashes. I don't know how this initiative will affect my output, but 15-20 minutes a day of creative exercise will do wonders for my mental well being.
As ever, we remain committed to:
The eradication of mayonnaise
I will close by saying I regret my previous comment regarding triangle players and humbly withdraw it. Triangle players have crazy mojo.
You still suck, Kenny G.