Too Many Things To Post

I’m not sure how many people keep up with this blog. There seem to be about 30 people or so, but our mom’s may just be refreshing the page 15 times a day.

Anyway, this is harder work than I expected. We do way more stuff than I thought we did; we’ve got to slow down at some point, right? I’m already a few events behind. I haven’t even posted all the meats we’ve tried, because it takes too long to photograph, upload, post, etc. It’s hard enough posting the beer, but I know it’ll be worth it in the end. Having a huge gallery of every beer I’ve had, will be pretty darn neat.

Okay. Enough idle talk. Everybody get back to work.

7 thoughts on “Too Many Things To Post

  1. Frank says:

    i like reading them… and every time I see an article I think, “man, these would be great as postings on google+”. There, it would be much easier to comment, interact, and share. Just a thought.

    • James says:

      I really did consider a Google+ Page, but there was a distinct reason I chose a standalone blog. I forget why. But I’m working on linking the blog to Facebook and Google+. Maybe that’ll function essentially the same way.

  2. james c says:

    Yo James …. good work buddy!!! I look forward to read every morning before start working … please sy hi to Alissa for US ..

  3. Kathryn says:

    That’s right, back to work! blog-posting work that is : )

  4. Mom says:

    Moms don’t just refresh the pages; they are showing them to all their friends. Now the whole office/neighborhood is behind on work because everyone is reading the latest installment from that awesome Beck-Tan couple. But no worries. It’s educational. Who knew, for instance, that Germans liked peas & carrots from a jar?

    • James says:

      I guess that does explain things. We couldn’t come up with 30 people who would check this. Mihali? No, he has better things to do. Will? Maybe, but only as an RSS feed. But there were a lot of Canadian people visiting the blog. I had just assumed it was you, once for every device you own that can get to the internet. A reasonable assumption, I think.

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