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Posted: 29 Aug 2015 10:00 AM PDT

Hello, all. I hope this message finds you doing well.

A lot has happened to me since I went on hiatus, very interesting stuff indeed (many twists and turns). One major change is that my time has freed up and I'm going to be starting a new blog.

You may wonder why I'd start a new one and not just keep this one. There are a couple reasons for that:

1. The main reason is that too many people I know personally know that I write this blog. That limits what I can say, how much personal info I can share (and I like to give details/specifics), and so forth. It cramps my style and doesn't allow me to write the in-depth, personal content I like to.

2. FMF is on Typepad and I'd like a Wordpress-based blog. Yes, I could convert FMF, but it's earning a decent monthly income without me doing anything and I don't want to screw that up (links can be lost during conversion, so why risk it?)

Based on #1 above, I won't be announcing the new site on FMF. If you were a regular FMF reader and would like me to let you know when the new site is available, you can email me to put your name on the announcement list. Be sure to give me the name you used here to post (or your real name if you prefer) as well as your preferred email address. I will not be accepting email addresses only since I can't verify who they are coming from (and I'm trying to be anonymous.)

When the site comes up (likely early 2016) I will send you an email letting you know the URL. From there you can decide whether or not you'd like to keep reading.

Hope you all are well and blessed.


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