Friday, October 24, 2008

I think I can, I think I can...

I'm terribly afraid that I have nothing to say. I suppose we'll find out, huh?

I could rant about trying to publish my book. It seems like the dumb book is all I can talk about in person. Now my friends, you can treat yourselves to a healthy dose online too. I know I am selfless. I live to please.

I could talk about pain... I don't know that I have a lot to say about it. I've had chronic pain for 19 years, and I hardly breathe a word about it. I have decided that I am not doing myself or anyone else any favors. Perhaps someone else can learn from my experiences, so I will do my best to write about them. Maybe even I will learn from them.

Of course I could just talk about Rosie, Lander, Steve and the rest of the fam. This could be a one-stop Lander gossip tell all. But there's rarely any gossip, so don't get too excited.

See- I've said nothing at all, but I have filled up this little box. I will take my vague sense of accomplishment and run (figuratively, of course.)


Maren said...

You'll be surprised at the things you find to write about when you just start doing it on a regular basis. I go in spurts. When I started my blog I thought I didn't have anything to say either. And I still don't. So I just post about my daughter, or things that annoy me, or whatever it is I'm doing or thinking about. Keep it up. It's a great outlet.

Natalie said...

I agree with Maren. After a while, it just comes naturally. Both David and I contribute to the blog. We'll post about day trips, receipes, photos, travels, day to day gripes, or singing goats.

It's really addicting once you get a site tracker and realize that people are actually reading your stuff regularly.

You'll dig it, whatever you may have to say!