Monday, March 30, 2009

Blogging blahs

I'm having a bit of the blogging blahs again lately.

I started writing a response to Poetikat and Neetzy's post about cleaning and lost steam about halfway through it and ended up deleting it.

I also haven't been around to visiting any one's blogs either. You would think with all of this time off I would be visiting everyone, but I just haven't felt like it.

Nothing personal mind you - just kind of blogging blahness.

My attention span has been very short lately - so if I start reading a blog and it's more than 2 or 3 paragraphs or if it's too wordy I simply lose interest. Again - nothing personal - its just my frame of mind at the moment.

My mind has been wondering about trying to think of things like: what do I want to be when I grow up? Should I sleep in another hour or exercise? Do I want to clean the house or do yard work (I always will do yard work over cleaning anytime). Should I play another game of Bubble Spinner or Mahjong or Spider Solitaire? I wonder who is on Facebook right now.

Spinning, spinning, spinning - with all kind of random unnecessary thoughts.


Poetikat said...

Ooh! I've always wanted to learn MahJong.
To answer your questions about the panties: clean, in use, and the idea came from a British show called The Perfect Housewife. Anthea Turner is the lady who introduced it to me.

I'm with you on long posts. Sometimes I just glaze over. Not that they're not good posts; I'm just not up to focusing on what they're saying.


Tammy said...

I think you've hit a slump girlfriend. Perhaps if spring would arrive and stay that would motivate you in many ways. It'd sure help me.

neetzy said...

Yay for me - great time to bore you to tears with a long post!
Boo for the blahs! Hope they go away soon!

dive said...

We all get that, Shazza. No worries.

As for what you might want to be when you grow up? Never, EVER grow up!

The Village Carpenter said...

It's certainly understandable given what you've been going through. You'll get your groove back--no worries!

Presbyfruit said...

I'm right there with you!

In the meantime, if you're into Scramble, Lexulous or Word Twist, hook up with me via Facebook.

Vic Hubbard said...

I say go out and pet the alpacas.
It won't motivate you, but it'll always feel good doing it.