I should have gotten to this last week. Or even after the turn of the year. But as baseball’s offseason has gone to pause, I guess I have too. But now it’s time.
After taking some time to think about it, it’s time to shut down this here Ivy Drip. I can’t say I take great pleasure in it. But given some changes in my life, and things I’d like to do, I just don’t have the motivation or time to write a Cubs blog by myself properly. And really, I probably never did. I was just having too much fun. I’ve taken this from 2013 and the Cubs being awful to 2016 and now. You can’t ask for much more.
That said, I’m not leaving the Cubs or baseball at all. It just makes more sense to me to dedicate my baseball leanings to both CubsDen and BP Wrigleyville full-time. If I’m going to do this as a hobby, I’d better do it on the bigger stage, at least that’s how I feel. So if you do enjoy my baseball rantings, and you should really ask yourself a lot of questions if you do, you won’t go without. And I’ll be writing much more regularly at those two places than I have been, so I don’t know that it will be a great drop in material, if any at all.
Also, please keep following the Twitter feed, as that’s going to become my personal Twitter where I basically solely work from soon. Hockey, baseball, LFC, beer, music, wrestling, it’s all going to come from there. So please keep it open.
Thanks for the ride. It’s been a blast. And it’s not over. It’s just changing. And I look forward to that.