Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Where the Heck did my Mojo go?

It used to be I had so many ideas, I'd make multiple entries a day and schedule them out sometimes as much as two weeks in advance.  I haven't had an interesting thought in two weeks.  And heck, if I'm not interested, I know you aren't going to be!  Maybe I could have written about the sharks jumping on shore in last night's dream, or the time I woke up realizing that all night long I had been a 14 year old black boy in my dreams...but there's gotta be some crazy psychology behind all that and while I'm not against you thinking I'm wierd or silly, I am quite against anybody knowing how disturbed I may or may not be.  I could write a travelogue, or not!  I was kind of thinking of throwing down a 1930's menu planning post to go along with the 1930's housewife test tag/meme.  I have two really great 1930's cookbooks that have some really fun stuff in them (if you consider soaking your squirrel overnight in saltwater to take the gaminess out "fun").

It had occurred to me write about my adventures using FitDay, but I have to say, its not that great an adventure!  We had a one-day trip to San Diego, which was fun, but nothing particularly unique or funny happened, except when the google-maps directions went hay-wire in a big way, but nothing particularly interesting happened out of that, we just got out of the place it sent us and drove to the place we were trying to get too, big whoop.
So, I have to say, unless you send me a topic you're dying to hear my perspective on, it may be a long, dry, spell.  And so what?.

10 comments:

Kristina P. said...

I totally feel you. Last week, I needed to just take a break from writing. I actually have ideas, but I had no inclination whatsoever to actually sit down and do a post.

But, once I did, the creative juices came flowing back.

Jillene said...

I feel ya. The only think on my mind right now is what lie ahead tomorrow. Hopefully once that's out of the way I will be back to normal (whatever that is).

I hope that you get your mojo back--maybe you should contact Austin Powers!!

Dina said...

i feel exactly the same way, no little interesting thought bubbles coming up here...

Barb and Steve said...

Sometimes that happens to me too. Don't beat yourself up over it. Everyone needs a break sometime!
Barb

Heatherlyn said...

OK, so soaking a squirrel in salt water overnight to get rid of the gaminess IS interesting. I wonder if we are stranded in a hopeless depression if that would work for other live game, too? :)

Lara said...

That's why I took a break last week.

It's still not totally back, but maybe a little bit better.

Ebb and flow! We all go through it.

Jillybean said...

I'm having trouble coming up with ideas to write about.
After reading the previous comments, it looks like it's others are struggling with the same thing.

Maybe we've all been infected with the "bloggersblock virus"
Like any other virus, give it some time and it will probably just go away on it's own.

Erin said...

I think it's the spring doldrums. Is there a such thing?

Bee and Rose said...

I would love to hear the 1930's recipes!!! I love vintage cookbooks and that is one of my favorite time periods!

Chris said...

I understand too. I think I just need the SUN. I've forgotten what it looks like.