Breaking Tony’s Rules

#29. dont apologize about not blogging. nobody cares. just start blogging again.

I’m depressed.

I’m not on the verge of suicide, or anything like that. I’m not breaking into tears. But, I’m definitely “blue”.

Why should you care?

You shouldn’t really; cause I’ll get over it. But if you’ve been clicking on your Favorites link to “On The Road With Dave”, for the last several days and wondering where the hell I was, then this should serve as your explanation.

Sometimes, when you are depressed, you feel like pouring your heart and soul out in words, and other times, you don’t feel like writing down anything.

I guess you can figure out that I’m sort of like the latter.

Now, if I were depressed AND cranky, then that would have been another story. I might have blogged my brains out in a long tirade of why I was cranky; who made me cranky; and what ill-fated punishment should befall the cause of my crankiness.

But such, was not the case.

The good news is that I do feel like writing again, which means I’m less “blue” than I was.

But it’s a double-edged sword. You must endure the explanation of why I haven’t been writing regularly in the last few days AND by tomorrow you’ll most likely have to endure the fact that I am once again writing regularly.

OK, so I’m getting up off the “therapy couch” and I’ll see you tomorrow.

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One Response to Breaking Tony’s Rules

  1. Anonymous says:


    Everyone gets the blues sooner or later. I’ve had my fair share. The main thing is seeing david happy. If you need to take some time off for some much needed R & R or soul searching, do it. sometimes talking about it or blogging about it, is alot like therapy, othertimes, just walking away for awhile, then stepping back in with a new perspective helps too. Take care david.


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