Planning: That Thing I Don’t Do

I’m beginning to realize that if I want to continue posting at anything resembling a consistent rate, I really should plan these things a little better. So, ask me questions!

What do you want to know about the way I write? About me? (Can’t think of anything you particularly want to know? MAKE SOMETHING UP. We’re all liars here.)

I just celebrated my 27th birthday last Monday. That’s 27 YEARS of possible questions. I’m sure you can come up with something.*

My posts have grown further apart lately, and I’ve decided to blame that entirely on stress. I have a lot going on right now. Some of it will eventually find its way here, I’m sure. Until then, I apologize for my sporadic appearances. Deal with it.

 

*Mom: You’re not allowed to play. I love you, but the thought of what you might ask scares me.

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4 thoughts on “Planning: That Thing I Don’t Do

  1. Happy belated b’day!
    1) How’d u celebrate your 27th
    2) When u write, do u eat and/or drink, or no?
    3)”…………………” do u need silence, or do like something playing; radio, i pod, tv, etc.
    4)”…………………” do u wait 4 inspiration, or do u write all the time, saving only the bits n’ pieces that u think r gems

    l would have posted twentyseven (?’s), but l thought that might have been a l’il 2 cutesy, and of course, l couldn’t think of twentyseven (?’s)

    take care

  2. I don’t know if there is something similar for writing blogs, but a lot of Reader’s Advisory blogs have weekly challenges or things to post about. Perhaps you could join in on something like that?

    I would also like to know how you celebrated your 27th. And why you didn’t respond to my text message, so I haven’t called you yet because I’m still waiting to figure out what a good time is ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • I’m sorry! It’s no excuse, but I didn’t get your text until the next morning, and I completely lost track of things with the crazy of work. We definitely need to connect sometime soon! (Preferably when I am away from the apartment with its spectacularly awful cell reception…)

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