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Monday, July 30, 2007

A really great story...wish I could find it.

I’ve been reading blogs all weekend. I transferred from Bloglines to GoogleReader. (Actually, I currently have both running.) And since I can’t seem to get any creative juices flowing, I’ve just been reading every blog I can find – following link after link after link. There’s a lot of great stuff out there! Problem is, I just can’t get motivated to write something worth reading.

Something like a great two-part story full of history and family memories, with the perfect cliff-hanger to make you want to count the minutes until tomorrow – something like “The Box” over at Antique Mommy’s place.

Yeah, I could write something like that -- Last month. This month, I may never write anything worth reading again. Maybe I’ll just keep reading. Something’s bound to come to me, right? I hate writer’s block.

Wow, there’s a wealth of information in that wikipedia article. Love the idea that this particular episode could last 60 years! I guess that will give me plenty of time to read some other great blogs!

Actually, I did write a pretty good piece last Friday about a good book and a coffee shop and a bit of music, but it’s a contest entry, and I can’t publish it here until I find out whether it wins the contest. So, cross your fingers for me. (Just a cliché, I don’t really believe in that crossed eyes fingers stuff.) Maybe you’ll be reading it here soon. Sadly, that means I have nothing, zero words left in me, for your reading pleasure.

From the bottom of my heart, I apologize.

If you need me, I'll be reading about way's to write again.

1 comment:

Lavender Chick said...

Oh, come on... You'll find it! I'll keep checking in until the words come back.

I just took a week's hiatus - it helped.

Get some rest and buy some new lipstick. It always helps!

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