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Showing posts from March 15, 2009

For Gosh Sakes

Once upon a time I had this little thing called momentum.  It was gratifying and presumably interesting to be writing new blog posts.  But I have become stalled.  MAJORLY stalled.  I am trying to figure out how to rectify this problem.  I thought maybe blogging for blogging’s sake might do it, but I can’t even manage that.  Yesterday, despite all my well planned intentions to post the second half of Kelly Parra’s Writer’s Studio, I was delayed by my 5 year old getting stung by a bee.  Honestly, of all the parenting emergencies to face I never expected this to be one of them.  Luckily it was very  minor! No allergy, thank goodness.  But there was a moment of panic before I could tell.  The little darling stayed home from school and we had a nice lazy day.  Why am I telling you all this?  Blogging for blogging’s sake!I have not been reading very much and I am okay with that.  I am thinking of doing some research regarding myths.  Sometimes I find that when I don’t feel like reading fict…

A Case of the Mondays

I am TIRED today.  I have no reason to be tired.  I got plenty of sleep.  Maybe I am just tired for the pure fact of it being Monday.  Maybe I am tired because I am finally over being sick. Yes, sick again in case you missed it.  I am so behind on life.It  has been so long since I really did some good blogging I think I may have forgotten how to do it!It also doesn’t help that I haven’t been reading much.  And I did read some stuff when I was first sick, over a month ago.  Some of which I need to review and respond to and I am not entirely sure I remember much of it.Oh, and another reason why I might be tired?Well, it may have something to do with the fantabulous time I had in Vegas on Saturday.  I went down there for a friend’s birthday and had a total blast.  It has been so long that I have gotten out of the house and had adult human contact!! It was a really nice change for me.I listened to an audiobook on the way down and back.  That has been the most “reading” I have done in seve…