My 100th Post…A Heartfelt Goodbye

Originally started to help me work out some emotional issues in regards to a motorcycle collision, this blog has begun to develop into a fun way for me to work on my creative writing and real life reporting.  For the past 16 months I have attempted to write honest, quality posts, using humor whenever possible and trying my best to leave negativity out.

Today marks my 100th post on this blog.  Who knew I had so much to talk to myself about?

My posts may be inconsistent on delivery, but I am striving for quality, not content.  I would rather not post for a week if I have nothing completed, than write a few lines just to say something irrelevant, uninteresting or fleeting.  As in real life, I tend to sit back and listen before I speak.  When I finally do have something to say I hope it is well thought out and somewhat intelligent, and not just the same verbal diarrhea we are used to on certain social media sites.

To those of you who have stopped by, thank you for giving me a chance.  For those of you who have stuck with me through the past seventeen months, thanks for hanging in there.  I realize I am not controversial, rarely topical, but my hope is that you find some of my content interesting or the style in which I write to be creative.

For those of you who are interested in some statistics, and a quick trip down memory lane, I have compiled a short list of the most viewed blog posts:

  1. The one about my new love.  Mother trucker please.
  2. The one with toothpicks.  People love visual aides.
  3. The one with foot fetish pictures.  Sickos.

Looks like Julius Caesar was the most popular in our Guest Author series and the most commented on post, by viewers, was one about my leg.

Say it ain’t so.

As for the future of cyngle minded, I will continue to write, to vent, to review and possibly judge others, but I have decided to remove myself from social media.  I am suspending my twitter and facebook accounts and won’t be reactivating them unless I start a company and need the attention.

I lost sight of why I began this blog over a year ago.  The blog was created to help me heal, not see how many people “like” it on facebook.  I hope my readers will understand my actions and support me in this new chapter of cyngle minded.  If you would like to continue reading my blog, stop by from time to time, or just subscribe on the main page by putting in your email address.  Once you are subscribed to cyngle minded, you will receive any new posts directly to your email…no ads, no spam.

I remain persistent in making positive changes in my life and this is another way of making that a reality.  Spending less time browsing and posting on facebook, equals more time reading, writing, taking and editing pictures…oh yeah, and as of today…working!

Vincent Lorusso Written by:

A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives. - Jackie Robinson

One Comment

  1. the accidental tourist
    October 1, 2012

    Happy back to work day!

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