Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Blogs can be like children...

not always satisfying... frequently lacking in feedback... vessels that get filled with words and thoughts and emotions, often without any indication of impact. I very much consider this blog to be an exercise in expression for myself, but the comments I receive from readers/followers certainly spur me on, just like those rare examples of parenting success that my children provide me, manage to make me forget the challenges of child-rearing. For those of you who indulge me by reading DelSo, and who have not been able to make comments in the past, please know that I have tweaked my settings (not painful at all!) and enabled anonymous comments. So, comment away! I look forward to hearing what you have to say.


  1. Hi! I forget how I found your blog -- I think I was searching for some food-related thing in Albany -- but I love reading it! Keep on blogging!

  2. Thank you, Ellen! That is so nice that I may have to toast you tonight with a glass of wine. :)

  3. Glad to hear that we can now send you some comments. I just can't wait to hear what your next exciting meal is going to be. My mouth is watering in anticipation!!

  4. I hear you. I blog because I love food and I wanted to get more creative with it (and probably stop boring the people around me) but even though it's for me, I appreciate and feel spurred on by feedback. Although right now I am not sure anything will spur me on, I'm just not feeling bloggy lately.

    But I do enjoy your blog. I like your writing. Keep on, keeping on :)

  5. i just started reading you. found you through

    i've been writing small-bany for a year now and often feel the same way... but it's a nice little creative outlet, isn't it?

    keep writing!