I'm a humor risk-taker.
I put a lot of things out there for the sake of a laugh, and sometimes? Those things are ill received. I'd like to tell you that honey badger don't care.
Legitimately, sometimes honey badger really don't care. But more often than not, honey badger is a little bothered. I mean, it may be a mean, little animal, but everything has feelings, right? You can only get bitten by a snake so many times before a little nap just doesn't cut it anymore.
OK, now I'm not even sure where I was going with that analogy except to tell you that the honey badger sometimes occupies my waking thoughts. Sheer cunning with a vicious ability to survive? Yes, please.
And now I should jump into some awesome story that shows all of us exactly what lessons we can learn from the honey badger. But that would require the ability to turn this post around, and I'm really just not feeling it.
Nope. There are other things to feel today and none of them include I'm-going-to-teach-you-lessons-with-my-stellar-writing-and-awesome-comparisons.
Because it's May.
Because I hate May with almost as much ardor as I dispise December. The two redeeming qualities this year include a completely full and demanding schedule and the end of the school year. The latter is something to which I look forward--and I'm more thankful for things like that than I ever have been before.
So I expect to be less present this month. Maybe because I need to be more present in my actual life. Maybe because I don't want to become super repetitive here. Maybe because I'm tired of talking about it.
Some periods of time don't let those feelings sit dormant.
But I will be around. And I may even pop in from time to time if I manage to concoct something worth reading. And I will continue posting guest posts as they become available.
And if you have a few minutes, I would certainly covet your prayers over the next three weeks or so.
(PS. If you really need to catch me, email is the easiest way: firstname.lastname@example.org)