Save me, I’m lost / Oh lord, I’ve been waiting for you / I’ll pay any cost / Just save me from being confused
Carolina Liar / “Show Me What I’m Looking For“
I’ve decided to blog only when I have something worth saying. OK, worth saying in my opinion, anyway. So I’ll only be posting when I feel I have something to say, want to share my interest in something, want to express my opinion about things, want to document events in my life, feel like sharing something fun and so on. Basically, I’ll be maintaining my status quo and will be posting as infrequently/intermittently as I always do. This is just my way of letting myself off the hook. I’m never going to be a prolific daily blogger. At least, I don’t think I ever will be. This is a hobby for me, one I enjoy, but one I’m giving myself permission not to obsess over. To wit, I’ve been enjoying my real life lately, the one I don’t live online; trying to manage my stress level has been key. For instance:
- I’ve made time to work on my book and even started a new one.
- I hosted my sister’s baby shower this past weekend (little dude is due in the very near future).
- I celebrated my puppy’s 1st birthday by buying him a cake from River Dog Bakery. He was thrilled (and so was big brother Caleb).
- I’ve been catching up on TiVoed shows (Damages has been great this season — of course — and Castle is light but a lot of fun).
- I’ve continued on my organizational bender in my neverending quest to bring more order to our house.
- I stopped following certain bloggers and Twitterers because their negativity and hypocrisy was bringing me down. I feel much better for it, too.
- I updated my wish list. Why? Because I have Borders gift cards burning a hole in my wallet and I want to be prepared next time I’m in the store. I’m that senile already.
- I went to our friends’ charity basketball game (which I actually Twittered about).
- I’ve spent less time on Facebook and Twitter (despite the previous basketball-related Twitter mention).
- I swore off curse words for Lent. Why’d I do that? Because as a non-practicing Catholic I still like to exercise willpower every now and then. (Typing curse words doesn’t count, right? Only spoken ones do, right?
And that’s what’s going on in my world these days. Now it’s time to go write.