One of the questions I get about the blog is how do I find the time to blog five times a week. The answer increasingly is that I really don’t. I am chair of the board of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation, and on the board of the AIA Baltimore Chapter. I also serve on the development committee for the Maryland SPCA, and on a 100th Anniversary Committee for the Baltimore Museum of Art. In addition, I work full-time, with ever-growing responsibilities as Director of Development of MedChi, The Maryland State Medical Society’s foundation. I also write a blog for them, MedChi Archives, and a blog for Halcyon House Antiques. Beginning today, I am cutting back to three days a week. The schedule will be Monday, Wednesday and Friday, posting the night before. So many times, I am sitting at my desk at 11:00 p.m. or midnight, just trying to find something to write about. I love blogging but know that if I take a hiatus for the summer, I will never come back to it. I’ve been doing this for eight years, and have written more than 2,100 posts to date. Connor’s gotten so old that it takes more time to care for him – especially during these summer storms.
I am confident that I will keep blogging and I hope that you will continue to read Pigtown*Design! Thank you so much!