Monday, December 11, 2017

In case you hadn't noticed...

...I haven't been keeping up my schedule the last week or two.

Unfortunately, I can't really talk about why; I don't feel it'd be appropriate to share, even through the semi-anonymity of this ponyfic blog.  Suffice to say, it stinks, but nobody's dying or going to prison or anything that awful.  There's just a thing, it's taking up all my time and energy, and at this point I don't know how long it will last.  I'd hoped it would just be a few days... but that was three weeks ago, and since then I've burned through my entire buffer of posts, and have read barely anything (pony or non-) in the interim.

I'd hoped to get back on track this weekend... but that obviously didn't happen.  So, in deference to reality, I'm calling a one-week hiatus on ponyposting.  Check back here next Monday at the usual time.  Fingers crossed, things will be back to normal by then.  But if nothing else, I'll at least have a more definitive update.

Apologies if coming here three times a week is the highlight of your life; for what it's worth, I enjoy posting too, and I'll try to return to form as quickly as I can.


  1. If it's like, depression or something, you can always talk to us privately. :C

  2. Seconding Present's sentiment. You have my Discord if you want to talk. Regardless of what it is, I hope things get better soon.

  3. I'm terrible at talking. I will pass along a little tidbit I spotted while reading the PS238 webcomic, which updates M-W-F. (paraphrased) "Just because it updates Mon/Wed/Fri, doesn't mean it updates *every* Mon/Wed/Fri." :)

  4. I don't really know you, except through these posts. But good luck! We all have bad days. As to how much weight you'd need on that side of the balance to justify a pony hiatus, it isn't much for me. You keep posting three times a week almost always. As far as I'm concerned, that's some powerful discipline.

    At least I think it is. Cheers, anyway. God, I always have to sound so dramatic. It's like, whatever. Just good luck in life and stuff. I don't know.

  5. Yes, these are people who all went in to get you a nice Golden Harvest plushie (yeah, I went there). We obviously care, if there's anything we can do to help.

  6. I don't know what if anything I can do to help substantively, or even in terms of emotional support. But know that I care and hope that, whatever the underlying issues are, things work out for the best. Take all the time you need.