I think it may be time to change the name of this blog.
The name is silly, really. A bad attempt at black humor. A remnant of a joke from high school. I've wondered off and on whether it was in bad taste, but have never really been bothered by the thought enough to change it.
I do refrain from telling people the name of this blog, worrying that they might react badly.
(Actually, I don't tell a whole lot of people that I have a blog in the first place. Dunno why. I just don't.)
Today I got an e-mail. Not berating me on the title of this blog, no. But it gave me another reason to want to change it. One I hadn't really considered before.
The e-mail was an offer to write a guest post, sharing the research someone had done on cancer patient rehabilitation and family rehab and whatnot. They thought – from the title, I'm guessing – that it would fit in well with the rest of my content.
I suppose my throwing around the name “Zofran” so much lately probably didn't help that assumption.
People might think this is a cancer blog. Which it clearly isn't.
I don't really have a new title yet, so it may take me a few days, but just know that changes are probably coming.
Well, not probably.
They will be.
Once I figure out a new title.