This post originally appeared on Rynski’s Blogski at TucsonCitizen.com until it was deleted by Administrator Mark Evans shortly after being posted Saturday, Dec. 4, 2010.
Please note: I will not be blogging with the Citizen until Dec. 30 as originally planned but rather Evans accepted my resignation “effective immediately.”
It is with a mixture of excitement and sadness that I am officially leaving TucsonCitizen.com, with my last scheduled day of work Dec. 30.
This will the case, of course, provided the resignation letter I sent to site Administrator Mark Evans does not prompt him to shuttle me out of there sooner.
I will not get into all the gory details of my letter except to say Evans and I disagreed on philosophy.
His philosophy was I should be a full-time site administraor, rather than continue as a writer, artist and content creator. His plan was to go into effect Jan. 1.
Sure, I could still blog, he said, on my own time after the 40 hours of administrative duties were complete. That is, he added, if I still had the desire to write anything.
I always have the desire to write – it bubbles in my blood. And I will continue to fuel, feed and meet that desire – just not with TucsonCitizen.com.