The Most Boring Blog Post Ever

In all honesty, I have been sitting, staring at this screen, wanting to let my creative juices flow, but somehow I just feel too tired.  Too tired to write, too tired to think.  But not really tired.  You know?

When I write I want to have something to say.  I want there to be substance, not a travelogue.

But some days are just boring.  I mean, not to me, but who wants to know about our trip to Target for storage bins?  Besides me, who would care that we finally got the kids room cleaned up after our sick week last week?  Who would care about our lovely fire, or early bedtime?

And I am not meaning who else in the world, I mean, even when the kids are grown and they look back and read this, I don't think anything at all happened today that would be of interest to them, or me in the future, or our grand kids.  Because today was a normal boring day.

I went to yoga and it was heaven.  Absolute heaven.  But really, nothing of consequence to report today.

I just worry that if I get flippant about writing again, then I will fall back into the habit of not posting at all.  And I lost so many valuable memories by not blogging before.

And so, I write the most boring post ever known to bloggerdom.

You have my apologies.


Xazmin said…
I can't believe you said just what I was thinking!

I missed out on recording a lot of important things when I fell out of the habit of blogging too.

I've been sitting here staring at my screen all night, and can't think of a single interesting thing to write about. Blah.

I think I've done much more boring posts than this one though!
This was not the most boring blog post ever. You write very eloquently :)
Emmy said…
Just throw in a picture and then it could be a perfect post :) I am glad you are keeping with writing and really we all need boring days otherwise life would be too crazy
Jenny said…
Boring Schmoring.

Writing is writing.

And I'm glad you're doing it.
I'm in a slump, too. And entirely jealous of yoga time. Complete envy. Just sayin.
Susan Anderson said…
I know what you mean. It's so easy to get out of the habit...


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