Wednesday, December 06, 2006

“This is my kid who embarrasses me. I mean, who I love!! Right!”

Last night I read the front page of my blog through new reader eyes and there wasn't one post I enjoyed, thought was funny, thought was informative, thought was clever, or thought was any other redeeming word. Do you ever go through periods of time where you don't like what your blog is standing for at the current moment? That's my December. And, a bit of my November. It's tough to blog passionately when you aren't feeling passionate about the world's business.

To all my new readers, in lurking form or otherwise: Try the archives. They're much funnier, I promise.


Avitable said...

It doesn't have to be funny to be something that I want to read.

You come up with some interesting tidbits that I don't find elsewhere, so that's a good reason to read, too.

NotCarrie said...

Ugh, yes. I get in funks A LOT.

Anonymous said...

I'm in the same funk. Although I don't think I've been happy with my blog since, like, August.

zazzafooky said...

It's good to know the funk isn't just living at my place :-) March was good. March is coming around again isn't it?

God I hope so!

- but you're always good Poppy!

P'nut said...

I certainly feel my blog isn't what it used to be, or even what I'd hoped it would be. Some days I feel (self-created) pressure to post even though I have nothing to say, and some days I have lots to say but can't put it out there because the words won't come. It frustrates me. I often think of taking a prolonged break from it, but then I'll be out doing something and think "I have to blog this"... so it's almost like it's this weird secret friend I talk to.