Good grief! Are there enough F’s in that title for you? 🙂 It truly was a fun fiber-filled weekend. The anxiety I felt most of last week has subsided now that I am taking Monday to recover. The blog should be back to normal with daily posts during the week. I had to take a few days off for my own mental health.
The weather (I must be British) was doomy and gloomy, going from hot to cold with almost constant rain followed by humid days that made me melt like chocolate on the sidewalk. It was a bad week if you wanted to remain cheerful.
Today’s blog post is a bit of a head scratcher. Perhaps it’s the heat. Perhaps it’s the sudden change in temperature from early March to late June. It must be my brain melting. That is the only explanation for it.
Mokona is doing her best impression of a rug this afternoon.
I’m struggling a bit today with finding an ongoing project to highlight for today’s WIP Tuesday so I turned to the Google machine to look for inspiration. I’ve got good news and I’ve got bad news.
It’s Monday morning and the bun sisters are enjoying fresh hay while I sit at my computer trying to figure out what to write. It will probably be another rambling post, since I don’t have a set topic for Mondays.
The weather is overcast and somewhat chilly with light blue heading this way. I don’t think it will amount to more than a dusting if I even see one of those white “things” falling from the sky. Rumor has it that the temperatures are going to warm up later this week. Could that imaginary season of spring actually be heading this way? Nah. It’s all myth and legends, I tell ya’.
Recently, I lost one of my spoons. To anyone else it’s just a lost spoon. I was walking from the kitchen to the living room and it fell off the plate I was carrying. I heard it make a soft “thud” as it fell onto the carpet. Of course, I cursed as I continued to my computer desk. It’s hard to eat runny coleslaw with your fingers. At that particular moment I assumed that I could retrieve the errant spoon on my way back to the kitchen to get its replacement. No such luck…
From time to time links to articles about creating a brand have appeared on my Facebook newsfeed. It has been stressed that this is an important part of defining what your business is. So I decided today was the day I would tackle creating my logo. I’ve had a general design in my mind for a bit but since I lack the artistic skills of my youth, I have been reluctant to actual draw my logo.
Have you ever tried to concentrate with two rambunctious bunnies causing trouble and making a racket? It’s not easy. One is bounding all over the living room like a drunken ping pong ball while the other is nibbling away at one of the plastic tunnels even though she knows she shouldn’t. If they weren’t so darn cute, it would be rabbit stew for dinner. (Just kidding!)
No, this isn’t probably isn’t going to be a post that is going to be SEO friendly. How can it be? I generally don’t have anything exciting to say. I’ll try. I’ll pretend so I can make myself feel better and not so alone over here in my little corner of the World Wide Web.
I’ve been hard at work on my teaching senior citizens about computers blog. I try to write at least one post a day or add to my Table of Contents so I know what my next article should be. It’s not easy for me to sit and write about computers sometimes. I don’t want to talk down to my students and I don’t want to go over their heads. And the posts, as I look back at them, seem hollow and without much substantial information. I want to help people who don’t understand or are afraid of computer, that technology is not difficult. They can do it.
Am I the one to do it, though? That’s my question.
I’ll try not to make this a complaint or whining post. I promise.
Today I am overwhelmed by blogging, which is causing me to lack motivation and that good ol’ creative spark I usually have. The stormy weather doesn’t seem to be helping matters much either. I know I need to start typing away and creating posts for both my blogs, as I promised myself I would when I began this adventure.
Whoever thinks that blogging is just mindlessly writing posts on random subjects, should try blogging themselves. I’ve only just begun, but my head is spinning and I have lost all ability to write for my other blog which I hope would earn me enough to survive. Blah!