Friday, November 9, 2007

Some riveting rambling (surely) . . .

I don't have much to say . . . but I want to write something. Maybe if I start writing, some earth-shattering knowledge will come to my mind and I can bestow it on you, my lucky blog-reader.

Hmm. . . this blog-writing business is interesting. The fact that I'm doing it all is even more interesting. I started a blog about 2 1/2 years ago and then chickened out. I mean, writing stuff that anyone who gets internet can read, is daunting. And yet, it's presumptious - thinking that other people would want to read one's dribble. So 2 1/4 years ago I deleted my blog and got on with my life. THEN I got to thinking that I so enjoyed reading others' blogs that, 'why not?'. And even if I'm the only one that reads my blog - I AM someone, and 'By golly, I'm worth it!.' So I started up again. . . and now I'm obsessed.

As for my day now, since you're dying to know (HA!), I'm in another town and state for some business meetings. The meetings may not be the most riveting meetings in the world, but the food is incredible, and worth all the monotone reports. I usually go on a little diet after I come home each month, so tomorrow is Ultra Slimfast for me.

Hmm. No earth-shattering knowledge is popping up. I could write about my thoughts on Mormons' beliefs, . . . or Hillary . . . or how I like the new Dallas Cowboys' coach -- and am not too fond of the Baylor Bears' football coach, but I'll spare you. 'Course you don't HAVE to keep reading.

Enough rambling.
Next week I'll go to my hometown (and Tom Landry's hometown), Mission, TX. I'll have a riveting report on that, I'm sure. (It will be riveting to me.)

1 comment:

Elizabeth H. said...

I read your blog! And I care about what you write!

I've thought about writing about Hillary, too... but every time I've sat down to do it, I feel like it takes too much time to write about her (for me, what I don't like about her). And I have lots more going on than writing about her. In fact, I might write about THAT. :)

My hometown...

I am thinking of my hometown now. Mission, Texas. And McAllen, Texas. And Mercedes, Texas, where I was born. And Donna, Texas, so near there...