Sunday, October 19, 2008

vanilla, my least fave flavor

not much to post folks. i added a little movie review on the side (yawn. it amused me in my head but may just fall flat on the blog).

so i'm thinking about taking a sabatical on the blog.

it's sort of like this; things are vanilla in my head right now. it's like there's this thin fabric veil hanging between me and the rest of the world and i need to take that down.

it's like a guitar amp. you have all these places to plug things into right? well, all my things are sort of plugged in, but you know with one good jiggle they're going to fall out and screw everything up.

the thing of it is it's not just one thing that's rattling my cage, it's just about everything.

i feel like i'm rambling on about much of nothing here, which didn't used to bother me but for some reason now it does. this place used to be just about whatever the hell i wanted to spew out of my brain, but i don't/can't do that any more. maybe not posting every single day (or more than once a day) will help me focus? i don't know.

knowing me this won't last long (like, by tomorrow night i'll be all like, wow, i have to post this or that). but maybe not. who knows. maybe i should challange myself to stay away from the blog for x number of days?

i'll still be reading though. i'm such a voyeur i couldn't NOT read what's going on with everyone else.


Kristin.... said...

Oh my god we're all going thru this. We'll just have to email then.

Astarte said...

Noooooooo! Sigh. I like reading your life. Don't go far. :(

Anonymous said...

I know you're busy this week, but this is how I can keep up with you! I don't care if it's mundane day-to-day stuff. Take a break, but don't slow down too much.

Sweet T

creative kerfuffle said...

sweet---i seriously almost cried when i read that. that is damn sweet of you to say : ) btw--i ran into famous in a showroom yesterday. : ) it's been forever since i've actually seen her at market.

Sherendipity said...

You're certainly not alone. A lot of people, including myself, have been saying the very same thing.
The good part about burn out is, you stop trying so hard to be creative, witty, funny and pleasing to the masses, and it all just falls into place on it's own.
I'll keep checking in on you. I hope you don't go far away. You've become one of my favourite web besties. <3