I’ve been wanting to write something for the past few days. I’ll start and then put it down. I even made a list of things I want to blog about eventually. So I’ll start with the top of that list. This is going to sound very dull; I going to blog about what I want to blog about. No, don’t disguise your yawn. I know it sounds like a very boring post, because it is.
Reading others peoples blogs for that award/spam mail got to thinking what I wanted to do with my own blog. Some blogs were simple and fun. Some blogs were very anecdotal. Some blogs were not updated frequently but had very insightful and seemingly well researched topics of interest. All of them seemed very decisive on what sort of blog they were. Is that a quality in a well run blog? Or, is it incidental that all the blogs I seemed to visit and like were like that? Was it a reflection of what I like or of what is successful? Pondering that I questioned my own blogs direction.
My decision? I decided not to worry about it. I’m human and multifaceted. If I want to post funny pictures of cats one day and then ponder my own mortality the next day then I will. If only half of what I put up here is meaningful and relevant and the rest is rather boring accounts from my life then so be it. I’m not obliged to write anything. So I’ll write what I want. That’s what I planned all along and don’t know why I felt I had to change my mind. I’m writing for my own sake, and if it pleases you then jolly good, but I’m not going to cry if it doesn’t.
I will try and work in some organization. So that those who like only my rants can find those easily and those that like only my recipes can find those. I’m not going to organize the content of each post much. I’m just too scatter brained. My mind wanders around on related topics until I’m talking/writing of “Life, The Universe, and Everything” and much like Douglas Adams books can leave you lost in the sauce. This is why I actually have a very hard time writing. This is why I often forget past tense “ed’s” and plural “s’s” despite being a native English speaker. Punctuation, spelling, grammar, they all seemed of secondary importance to me verses the content and that’s why even now, although I’ve realized their importance, I’m utter crap at using them.
So come sail away with me in a boat of pure imagination. Ok dramatics aside, lets put it this way; I have no idea what I’m doing or where I’m going so if you choose to come along for the ride You can’t say you weren’t warned.