Monday, November 28, 2011

Blogger's Block

I apologize for my posts being rather lame boring scarce as of late.

But in my defense...I swear I'm not doing anything interesting. Or funny.

I used to go on terrible dates/get traumatized by online dating. I used to play kickball, have wild weekend that resulted in recovery Mondays, and spend a few nights a week out at my local pub.

And now? I work. I get up on Sunday and work. I come home during the week and work. I work, take a break, and work some more. When I actually do give myself a respite, I either zone out in front of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills or....well, that's pretty much it.

I could write about that time that I uh, went to to the grocery store, but nothing really happened there. Or about how I read a book before bed. Or talked on the phone to my mom. When you're a first year teacher, these things feel like great accomplishments, but in terms of anecdotes you tell at parties...I'll have to pass.

So basically I have a big, nasty case of blogger's block. That, and the wild and exciting life I used to live is a thing of the past.

What's a small-town girl to do?


Hines-Sight said...

I hope you had a great holiday!!

Royar said...

Come play with Royar!

Shae Majors said...

welcome to my live that I nowcall the kingdom of nerdom. My parents will offer to take me out to dinner and I actually have to decline, saying unfortunately I don't have time because there is too much WORK!

I mean I also can't complain like I did in the land of yester-year when school consisted of busywork and time-consuming projects. These days if I don't understand a concept or if I make one wrong mistake, I can seriously alter or affect someone's life. I have one professor who says, "lack of following directions kills people."

The exact same goes for teachers - one wrong mistake, one bad lesson plan, one thing said or left unsaid affects so many lives in so many ways.

SoO, miss ensley, to that I say thank goodness you're such a hard worker!

Keira of LoveRomancePassion said...

I know what you mean! I was working 60+ hours a week for a good while. I'm glad to reclaim my weekends.

Kristen Elizabeth said...

Good thing you went to a wedding this weekend and had a crazy good time full of (mis)adventures!

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