I’m taking a blogging break to switch over to a new host.
In the meantime, find me here:
Podcast: The Beaver Exhibit (usually available Thursday on itunes and stitcher).
Ever just have one of those days?
You know, the kind of day where you seem to get up on the wrong side of the bed, just feel irritated in general, and then ended up locking yourself inside of the car crying while your husband tries to coax your strangely-fearful child to just go inside the super-fun-awesome bounce house that she’s supposed to be enjoying at her friend’s birthday party because it’s a party, dammit, and the other kids are having a blast, and you’re like six months older than most of them so why can’t you just get your three-year-old ass up to the top of the bouncy slide already???
Yeah, those kinds of days.
And then your period starts.
So needless to say, when these kinds of days strike, I find myself engaging in rampant soul-searching for some unknown reason, like I’m 17 years old again and trying to figure out the meaning of life before I have to leave for college. All of it is entirely irrelevant, and ridiculous, and probably driven in large part by hormones because also felt the need to gobble down copious amounts of leftover easter candy while pondering things like if I should even continue to blog.
Short answer about blogging: Yes.
This topic has seemed to come up a lot in recent days because I have found myself not being able to put my thoughts to virtual paper as frequently as I’d previous thought, and I’m facing a domain renewal fee that I’m kinda debating whether or not to pay.
I’m going to, but my blog is also in dire need of a content makeover. Because I can’t just post a few pictures of Mittens every two weeks and call this a blog. (Or maybe I can, but really I shouldn’t. Come on, now.)
In the meantime, while I try to figure out what I’m supposed to be doing with my life, checkout my twitter stream or the podcast hosted by yours truly and my husband. It’s NSFW, but it’s pretty damn near what I’m like in real life. Also, we’re kinda funny.
Thanks for playing!