Apparently, blogging is not like riding a bike. When you stop for a while it isn’t so easy to jump right back in like you never stopped. So, I guess, since I never learned how to ride a bike (and I fully expect that to be your only take away here), that for me it is like riding a bike. Now I feel better.
I’ve been so mentally drained from all the writing I’ve been doing the last 3 months at work that I’m not even sure where to begin some days when I tell myself I need to get back to blogging.
Is it possible to be completely out of ideas on what to write about? This blog is becoming just like the Seinfeld pilot pitch - a blog about nothing. I don’t want to get political (although I’m so tired of everyone claiming they know better than all the people who were voted into political office by majority vote). I don’t want to get religious (although I feel like people are using religion these days as an excuse to further their personal causes as opposed to how they live their life). My kids are funny and cute. My life is a regular reality show but, as I’m finding out more and more lately, most of the people in it are a little touchy when they hear the truth that they asked for but weren’t expecting.
What does that leave?
movies? my advice is to steer clear of Paranormal unless you need a nap.
shopping? I don’t have enough time to properly approach that topic. But let me tell you – when you spend an hour putting 27 things in your shopping cart and your cart appears to be saved, you aint seen aggravated until you watch your cart suddenly be declared EMPTY and have to start all over.
I’ll have to figure it out. In the meantime I’ll leave you with this….
When you buy a new car in Fl and it comes with both heated and air-conditioned seats, don’t laugh. I’ve already used the heated seats and I have not had to use the air-conditioned seats yet. And now I’m paranoid that when my kids spill milk or water on the seat while I’m driving, I could be electrocuted.
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