March 23, 2007
There used to be a print ad for old Firestone Tires, with a curly-haired child in a nightgown carrying a tire far to big for her over one shoulder and carrying a candle in a candleholder in the other hand. The tag line was a rather lame pun: "Time To Re-Tire." The child was about to go to bed, get it? She also apparently needed a new tire.
That's the kind of mind clutter you live with when you get close to being old.
As for me, I think it's time to retire my webpage. It gets few visitors, maybe 40 a month, and as far as I know it has not sold one book, which was my reason for putting it out there over a year ago. Maybe two people a month find the blog from it, but not all that many people are finding the blog either.
This is a place where my blog readers can actually help. Check out the webpage by clicking on Finding Fairhope in the "Links" section of the blog, think about it, and let me know whether or not you see any reason on earth that it should remain up. You can email me personally or comment on the blog.
So let's have it here, a first for Finding Fair Hope: Should I retire the webpage or keep it? Vote today!