It is times like these when I truly understand writers block. This is the first installment of my onsite web blog and I am feeling the pressure to write something intriguing and compelling and as a result, I cannot choose a topic. For me it is kind of odd because usually the words (for better or worse) just flow out of my finger tips. I have written literally hundreds of blogs on a multitude of platforms for thousands of users but this time it is different, it is my site, my blog and worst of all, this is my very first entry. It is almost like I am back in high school English sitting at a desk with a sharpened number 2 pencil staring aimlessly at a blank sheet of loose leaf notebook paper. Well . . . maybe it isn't quite that bad.
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