Monday, September 28, 2009

What kind of blog is this?

I have contemplated for a while now, what to post, and what not to post.
Do I alienate friends and family by posting what I see in the world, or do I just keep it whimsical and lite?

Life hasn't brought me much whimsical and lite lately. Neither has the world stage.
Still, gonna try to keep it whimsical and lite, with the occasional outrage.

Unless...YOU have a better idea!

3 comments:

sfool said...

Keep at it. We all need each other's opinions in order to see ourselves better.

And we need to see ourselves in order to figure out how to exist at peace with the world. That's what I think.

Mary Ellen (megardengal) said...

Thanks so much for your sweet comments concerning my redo!

How have you been doing lately with your health. Remember you mentioning about your low energy level though if you have little ones, little wonder! I look back and wonder sometimes how I made it thru the "little one" years!!

I know what you mean about what exactly to blog about. I have several blogging buddies that I can be real to and we usually email about what is going on in our lives and how we can be lifting each other up in prayer. I don't want blogland to think that I have my act all together and everything is just wonderful for with fibromylgia you struggle with very low energy and depression seems to always want to try and sneak in. There is a verse That speaks of " He who sacrifices thank offerings honors me and he prepares the way so that I may show him the salvation of God" (Psalms 50:23) - Sometimes being thankful is hard- a sacrifice and yet as I am asking Jesus to help me exercise this verse it seems to help me very much.
Oh I am sorry- I am rattling on-

Just want you to know there are those who really care about what you are going thru and will listen- me being one - if you need a ear.

Hope your day is filled with lots of ways you can be thankful !

blessings
mary

Janet C. Fish said...

Gosh, I almost forgot about blogspot. I like it, it's easy to use. But with rarely a comment, it feels lonely. So, I tend to want to write of depression or dark moods here, when I fall into one. But then realize someone has read it, and

Facebook though, I enjoy that a whole lot, and do keep it light. I decided sometime back to not comment on politics very often there at all. I don't often comment on political ones at all on fb.

On blogspot the most fun I had was when Mary Ellen had her month of reporting certain things, and invited the rest of us to do it too. I did it faithfully for the month, and even learned some things about myself. That was worth it, truly.

But at some point since, I pretty much quit using blogspot. I should hit upon something to blog about for a month and do that.

On FB, my friend Erika had an Art-a-day month in November. This meant doing *something* creative every single day, then post about it. That was great. And I did, every day.

In February there will be a complete something creative every day. I'm not sure what the real name of it is.

Am I babbling? I think so....