The end of 2012

This was probably my lightest year in blogging since I started in 2006. It was a tough year to keep up with everything in life, work and of course with what it takes to keep relevant information on this blog. It is not that I don’t have things to write about, I have plenty. It is just finding the time to do so around everything else going on.

I actually have several book reviews which are ready for me to finish and post, and I am going to make those a priority in 2013. It is the least I can do for those who sent be books on their own accord and asked that I review them.

Between reviews, a long saved list of stories and articles and still the every day happenings in Afghanistan there is a lot to talk about. I promise to do my best and be on top of things a little more in producing content, as I have no intention of abandoning this blog quite yet. There are still too many readers of this blog who look for stories on the Af-Pak region, are curious of mine and other opinions, and who just like what they read here.

I also typically change he theme on the blog around every January 1st, but to be honest I am really happy with the current theme and can’t find any out there that I think look better. So unless I do, I will leave the look and feel of this blog as is.

I would like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year and I hope you have a wonderful and prosperous 2013.

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