Honestly? I've got nothing. But it's already been a week since my last post. Unless I'm
inexplicably teary facing some major life challenges, I'll try to write something after a week. I actually wrote several whole posts over the past month, one as recently as the day after Thanksgiving. But I just could not hit the publish button on any of them. Eh. I wasn't crazy about any of them.
I was gonna write about my Thanksgiving highlights. Ya know? More gratitude stuff, my kids maturing before my eyes, my mom being .... well, mom, yada yada yada.
I read some really great Thanksgiving posts. They inspired ideas and reminders of my own gratitude. But then I was all like, umm... er... uh... forget it. I don't feel like it.
I was gonna write about May-December relationships and what the big draw about it is, the likely answer being sex. And if that's the answer, have we become a society of creepers or what? Or am I being too quick to judge? Cuz I'm reading this novel by Reynolds Price about such a romance, so it got me thinking on this as a topic.
But then I was like, ugh! Nah! Some other time.... maybe.
I was gonna write about being back on Facebook again. And then I was like, Who cares?! Get over yourself already. Sheesh! Trust me, that did not even make it into a typed line (until now) .
The Inherited Crazy Gene
I'm thinking about my mother a lot so I may write something about mothers... eventually.
I even thought about writing a post on why liberals do what they do. Such as why- as talented as some are- why they spew. Cuz I was watching one of my favorite television series recently, but had to shut it off when I was attacked (yet again) by the liberal agenda. But then I pouted and thought, screw those screwy libs. Besides, no politics until I want to.
In other news, I picked up two new followers, Donna from My Life From the Bleachers and Kitty from Kitty Tells It As It Is. (actually they joined a few weeks ago) Thank you two for following, I appreciate you checking out my blog. Welcome to My Voice!
In still other news, I had an excellent Thanksgiving. The food was great, my family was fun and loving (almost everyone, most of the time), and my one day extra off from work was priceless.
So! How was YOUR Thanksgiving?