Actually… I’ve got nothing. I just typed that title hoping something would occur to me. Kelly Sedinger has been blogging for 10 years now and is still going strong. My own 10 year “blogiversary” is coming up in a couple of months, I think. I forget the exact date.
It seems like for the last several months I’m almost never in the mood for this. Most days I just throw something up here for the sake of keeping it going and sometimes I think maybe it’s time to give it up. But I don’t really want to. I keep thinking one day I’ll have something that I really want to say to the world and I will want to still have this place to say it. And, actually, I do often have things I want to say but I always think, “later, I’m not in the mood right now,” and usually end up changing my mind or just forgetting about it.
After being on Facebook for – how long has it been? Not even a month yet, I don’t think – I have 12 Facebook friends most of whom are family and most of those are not really “into” Facebook. A lot of the activity that goes on is not what I consider socializing; it’s just “sharing” funny pictures and “posters” and such. It seems like most people have forgotten how to really communicate with each other. Of course, I’m guilty too. Just like I often don’t really have anything to say here, I don’t have anything to say on Facebook either. Or Twitter. It’s been months since I have regularly logged on to Twitter. But still, Facebook is kinda fun so far. I wish the site was better organized and worked in a way that made more sense. It seems so cumbersome and illogical to me.
This is interesting: Chihuahuas may have been raised for food in the southeastern US in ancient times. There are all kinds of things I could say about that but very little that wouldn’t get me into some kind of trouble.
And in the So Wrong department: Hello Kitty Kiss. Somehow, I just can’t hate this. In fact. Hello Kitty never looked cuter.
I really, seriously, need to work on the quilt top more and get it done. In the few years since I started quilting, at the beginning of the year I’m always full of ambition and enthusiasm and have visions of finishing as many as four quilts in a year, then it’s “Well, maybe only three” and I actually only manage to get two done. But this year I decided I’m going to take the pressure off myself and only try for one, all year, but so far it’s not even looking very good for that one.
I’m more interested in sewing clothes right now. I feel like starting things but I think what I might do next is some of the altering and re-making I’ve had in mind for a while. I put that off because it’s not as much fun as starting new things but I think it will feel good to get that stuff done.