Sunday, June 3, 2012


I neglect my blog. Can I tell you why?

I think it's because for a long time now, I can't decide what I want my blog to be about.

I think I want to write about more personal things.

But then I think that might be too personal.

I want to write about what I'm working on, my "art". But how totally self-involved is that?

For a long time I've written about where we live. Because it is truly amazing.

I could write about the fact that my husband was stung by a scorpion just the other day. He had to go to Urgent Care. I almost asked him if I could take a picture of the bite. But then I thought, ugh, how disgusting is that??

I almost wrote about kissing bugs. But you don't really want to hear about that, do you?

Do you want to hear about my boys, growing up? What they are up to? They are teenagers, and the oldest is almost no longer a teenager. My youngest turns 17 tomorrow. I don't know if they want me to write about them. Or post pictures of them. Although, to be honest, their stories are pretty fascinating. You could learn a lot about kids from hearing about them.

Do you want to hear about my unemployment struggles? I was laid off last November. The longest time I ever went without working was 2 weeks about 30+ years ago. This is difficult. I might start to write about that. You never know, it might get me a job offer?? (A girl can dream...)

So anyway, I don't want to ignore my blog. I rather like my blog. Even if only 1-2 people read it.

So, I'll be back soon.

Wow I don't have any pictures to post? I must have a picture to post.....


alexkeller said...

write about all of it!
what ever you want :)

Linda said...

Hi Sara,
You should write about everything that you want to write about:)

A lot more people read your blog than you think.

I love visiting your blog because your surroundings are amazing and so different to where we live!

Have a lovely week
Take care

eidolons said...

I second what Linda and alexkeller said. Write what strikes you. Write what your heart tells you to.

On a personal note. I'm almost afraid to read about boys as teenagers. My oldest is nine and I'm not sure how I'll survive him as a sixteen year old (being that he acts like one already!). (:

Kalina said...

I've found your blog just now, and think it's very interesting! Please, keep writing! I do not know where do you live, but find it so different from my coutryside!
Love from central Europe!