Thursday, February 07, 2008

blahg post

i write a lot. aside from amuse-bouche, i keep a daily journal. i have also recently begun a writing project that requires three pages of hand-written stream-of-consciousness a day. add to that some Lenten meditation.

i've been trying to think of something to post about all day, and i'm afraid to say, i think i might have,
quite literally,
run
out
of
words...

12 comments:

Neighbor Jane Payne said...

What a creative title! Good things words stock back up in our heads, because I'd miss your posts.

donna said...

I have those kinds of blog days.
I hope you have a wonderful day :)

Wende said...

i too loved your title! the word "blog" must've been invented by a man because if it had been a woman it would've been named something much more creative and less like a sound your stomach makes. :) three pages of hand written thoughts a day? wow, i wouldn't be able to get anything else done! good luck with that!

Cynthia said...

I amazaed at all the writing you do! I go through major blog blocking and here you are writing pages and pages! You deserve a little down time

michelle said...

I too have had days like this. Then there are the days I have so much to write about I have to pick, and choose. I love the title of your post...creative!

Amanda L. said...

impossible! No really, I can't commit to blogging everyday like some people. I just can't put that kind of pressure on myself. I want to enjoy blogging and so I do it when the mood or event strikes. Don't feel guilty if you have nothing to say. It will come!

carlo said...

wow, 3 pgs a day? impressive

get some sleep to replenish your word supply

:)

Amy said...

sorry you have some blahging blues. perhaps a morsel of your stream-of-consciousness? I'm sure you fare better than Faulkner in that realm.

Laurie said...

Even when you're (supposedly) out of words, your blog is very inviting, entertaining, interesting and clever!

Jenny said...

I have been like that since last Wednesday. Hope the writers block is lifted this week :)

Lucy said...

The other day, I thought, "Why do I have so many words in my head?" I feel like I write and I write and I write and there is always more to say. Now, I don't know if that would hold true with your kind of determination to get all the words out, but I wish I could empty my brain completely....sometime.

Jill said...

Every time I think I've run out of words it passes and I find more the next day or soon after. I'm impressed you write in a journal and are doing more writing on top of that.