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*Think, Think, Think*

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In all honestly, I feel that we have lost our will to blog.

We see a lot of things to write about but when we come down to it…we just feel what is the point. We do wonder does anyone else feel like that?

Maybe it’s just because we feel that life as we know it around where we are isn’t really going to change. The schools seem to not be changing, the Rabbis don’t seem to change, etc etc etc…it’s like one kind of ride that is never ending and no one wants to stop the train and say ‘Maybe there is a better way’.

Also perhaps it’s the fact that while we get many visitors we barely get any comments…we actually had several comments recently but the commentator was not in their right mind in our opinion so we had to delete their comments instead of approving them…so beyond the crazies who try to get their comments approved we barely get anyone ‘sane’ lol. At least thanks to Jacob we got a comment from him :).

So, we just aren’t sure what direction we will be taking this blog. We are thinking of making two different blogs, one very serious in nature commenting on serious topics and open discussion while the other one would be more dedicated to our opinions and ranting.

Anyways, throwing this out there, feel free to comment or ignore


Written by frombrooklyn

May 15, 2008 at 12:59 PM

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  1. I don’t come here often but the title caught my eye on Jrants. So I thought I would leave a comment worthy of approving. (I’m still trying to think of something.)

    I’m wondering if you leave comments on other blogs? If a blogger becomes a regular commenter on my own blog I try to return the favor.

    mother in israel

    May 15, 2008 at 5:07 PM

  2. We havent been commenting on others as much as we wanted as well. I guess that would be called a Catch22. Looking forward to reading your blog though


    May 16, 2008 at 1:17 AM

  3. I check in to your blog from time to time but find that posts are somewhat infrequent. Also, I like the title of your blog and would love to see some posts about what it’s like for you to be married and navigating Jewish Brooklyn. Not every blog post has to change the world. Sometimes it’s OK just to chat.


    May 19, 2008 at 3:17 AM

  4. i check your blog almost daily and i am constantly disappointed with the lack of new pieces… please continue.


    May 20, 2008 at 6:08 AM

  5. I agree with the above. You don’t post very often and rarely comment on other blogs. If you want steady readers/comments, you gotta feed the beast/


    May 23, 2008 at 2:48 AM

  6. I believe blogging, which killed the chatrooms, has jumped the proverbial shark. Youtube began the kill and facebook finished it. Most blogs, if you track them, lasted six months.

    So it goes.


    May 28, 2008 at 7:11 PM

  7. I just found your blog via Calm Kallahs. I love this!

    I think it’s important that you keep blogging because everyone is either towing the party line or is too afraid to take a long hard look. Frum living has it’s shades of idiocy, joys, and everything in between.

    I don’t think blogging necessarily jumped the shark. I think if someone is writing about what no one else is writing about then you can find an audience willing to listen.

    If you’re not enthused about your work, no one else will be either!



    June 28, 2008 at 11:06 PM

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