One of the challenges of writing a blog is that while you develop an audience of regular readers, you always hope to snag new readers and the new readers who are encountering your blog for the first time do not know the undercurrents and continuing themes that explain what you’re doing.
Or, if you change the writing – particularly with a sense of capturing both new readers and new ideas – neither sets of readers (regulars or new-comers) are likely to know what you’re doing.
I like to experiment with writing. Sometimes the result comes out a bit odd. I have decided to sometimes put ideas into the voices of characters, to let imaginary people speak – or rant. (Sometimes they gently rant.)
I’m not sure if it makes any sense to anyone besides me. And I’m not sure who will even find this explanation that tells the story of the more bizarre posts.
Truly a blog post is a message in a bottle. You write it, you stuff it in the bottle, you cast it out in the ebb tide. You wave your hankie in a broad gesture of “hail and farewell” and after many days perhaps it returns with glad tidings.