When I started keeping a personal blog I realized that I’d have to find the time to write. Mornings work best for me.
And I also knew that I’d have to have the ability to express myself in this medium. Stories, photos [not of people] and links work best for me.
But what did not occur to me was that I’d also have to have something to write about all the time. That is, something would have to happen in my life that I’d want to tell you about. Something interesting, or insightful, or entertaining.
And it is at this point in the process that I find myself today. At a point where there is nothing to talk about.
It’s not as if I’m not doing things. I am. It’s just that I cannot fathom why anyone would care to read about the ho-humness of my daily life. A ho-humness, I hasten to add, that makes me happy.
So, having explained myself thusly, I’ll end this post by leaving you, my gentle readers, with a guarantee that when something of note happens in my life, I’ll share it here.
And I’ll leave you with one of my favorite quotes that succinctly explains my attitude toward blogging– and life, too, for that matter.
“Give me your heart, Make it real, Or else forget about it.”
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