It’s Friday afternoon. I feel like writing a blog post. I’m going to do what Kathy tells me to do when I’m blog-blocked. Just start typing and see what happens.
I started doing what I normally do when I want to write a post and checked through my pictures. Sometimes I find something that sparks a memory of something I meant to blog about, but never got around to it.
I found some pictures that I took in hopes of completing Scott’s current assignment, but none of them moved me. **sigh** I kind of like this one that I took quite a while ago:
but we’ll see if I can do better.
I considered creating one of my silly animal conversations with pictures of cardinals,
I thought about flipping through some photo albums (yes REAL photo albums, not on the computer) and trying to recall some funny story from my early days of motherhood to tell.
That would require pulling out the photo albums, finding the ones from the mid-to-late 1990’s, plucking the photos from their carefully nestled positions in the albums, hauling my clunking old scanner up from the basement, connecting to my laptop, scan the photos, put them back, put the the photo albums away. It’s Friday! Nope, didn’t want to do it.
I considered mentioning that it is only one month until we leave on our cruise and blathering on about how excited I am and how I went to see the travel agent today to ask a bunch of questions and about how I’m even excited to start my “electronic check in” procedures on Carnival.com, but I thought who’d want to read about that? (oops, I kind of did that anyway didn’t I?)
I could blog about the fact that we are off to Pickity Place once again tomorrow, but how many blogs have I written about that?
Many of my favorite blogs, including Robin’s and Holly’s, have been proclaiming the joys of early spring and showing lovely signs of it. It’s about time I took a stroll around my yard to find some of that myself,
but today is a bit drizzly and cool (funny to be calling 50° cool at this time of the year, but that’s how it feels after the week of 60’s and 70’s we’ve had) and not inspiring me to go poking around outside.
So what happened when I started writing a blog with no plans? I think I just wrote my first blog about not blogging!