I have noticed that as well.
It brings up the question for bloggers -- why do you blog?
My blogging goes in spells. Sort of like my reading actually. Perhaps the two go hand in hand. Reading results in blogging for me.
I have times when I feel creative and I really do want to share my thoughts with the world. Other times I don't feel so creative.
But most of the time I blog simply as a way of keeping a journal -- keeping track of things I think about. As I age, I find that is more and more important.
I have read of of some bloggers getting caught up in their stats. How many people are reading them, how many are looking at their profile, where are their readers' from, how long are they staying, etc. For me, that would be torture. I can be a bit O-C so it is best I never go the direction of worrying over my blog stats.
Sometimes my blogging is more spiritual than others. I have been going through a bit of a dry spell in that regards lately. I would like to say that I am listening for God rather than trying to talk over Him right now, and there would indeed be a fair amount of truth to that but, fact is too, I simply have really been immersed in real life to a degree that I have not been paying enough attention to my spiritual life lately. I know that isn't good but I do not know how to stuff more into a day or week than I do and yet I feel great responsibility to so many people to complete the work currently before me.
Wow ... that could be several blog posts of its own ... when I have time.
Why do you blog?