It’s been way too long, I know.
Blogging has become hard for me, almost a chore that needs to get done, but i don’t wanna do it!
It’s not that it’s difficult, it’s just hard to find the time or energy to scan, write and post something on a regular basis. Something that I would be happy to put out there and hopefully entertain the readers. It was too much, so I took a little break. Hopefully the break ends here and I can keep up with my postings and get back some readership that I may have lost. I know there are so many great blogs in the collecting community and i’m just trying to be a part of the gang and continue to be an active participant in our hobby.
Along with my lack of blogging, i’ve cut down quite a bit on my purchasing of cards as i’m REALLY trying to get organized. I’ve said that many times, but this time it’s for real! I hope. I have a couple of boxes filled with R******s that need to be collated and organized. We all know how fun that can be, right!
Part of the problem with my organizing conundrum is that i’ve been focusing on commons, which means I come home from a show with 75 ten cent cards…and put them in a white box next to the computer…only to sit there for months on end…BUT, i’ve also managed to pick up some nice autographs and jersey cards of my favorite players on the Washington Football team.
Here’s one. A one of one, Mr. Santana Moss. I believe this is a genuine 1 of 1 cyan printing plate. Although it seems a little fishy to me? There is nothing on the back of the card that says it’s a 1 of 1 and the printing plate is encased in cardboard. I own a couple of other plates and never seen them packaged this way. If i got duped, then i am out $8. If it didn’t than i’m pretty happy with my first printing plate from the DC football team. -HTTR!
anyone else overreacting to this Kendrick Lamar verse on the Big Sean track?