Wednesday, November 10, 2010

out of ideas

Wow, I really lost my steam on blogging idea's. However I'm proud that I've made it a third of the way through the month without missing a day. Ya hoo!

I had a really productive day today which feels so nice. Cleaned out the garage, cleaned out the office, my email inbox, kitchen, and bedroom. But the kids were really whiny and clingy today. I wonder why?... It just goes to show that you can't have it all. And that's ok.

Wow, this is really boring. At this point, this is probably what you look like as a result of being so bored reading this post:

Or maybe:
Normally I would delete this and just go to bed. But I can't miss a day and I don't know what else to write about. And I'm really tired. This is how I feel:

So...I'm going to bed.

Does anyone have any blog ideas for me for the next 20 days of November?


Lisa said...

I know that you snow shoe (or did when you were in Utah) I would love a post that gives tips on what the best boots and snowshoes are. And just general information for the novice snow shoer. I have really wanted to try it but I don't know the first thing about snow shoeing.

Matilda said...

I LOVED this post!! The pictures are hilarious!!

I have a jar full of strips of paper with ideas for personal history writing (from Relief Society Enrichment). I used to pull one out every day and blog my answers.

Here are a few random ones I pulled out just now:

1. What is your favorite season of the year?

2. Who was your best friend in your neighborhood growing up?

3. Write about who was at your wedding and how you feel about those people.

4. Write about your first driving experience.

5. Write about the best picnic you ever went on.

6. Describe a night at Grandma's house.

7. What is ONE WORD about how to live successfully?

8. Write about something that drives you batty.

9. What was your most embarrassing moment?

10. Write about the loss of someone close to you.

Hope this helps...

Lisa K said...

Write stories that you want your kids to know when they're older. Like how you met your husband, funny things you did as a kid, etc.