There come times when we all need a change. A change from what has become habit. From what has become too routine. I am pretty sure that I am having one of those weekends. I just returned, actually less than 15 minutes ago to be quite honest from a trip with my friend Kyle to Ft. Wayne. We went to Red Robin. Yep, we drove about an hour sand 45 minutes each way to get a hamburger. But not only just a hamburger, one of the best burgers that I’ve had in a long time.While we originally went to Ft. Wayne for no particular reason at all other than the trip, we quickly decided that Red Robin was the place to go. We got lost, for a bit, but we found it. We walked around the mall for a bit and then went to eat. Good times.
I feel refreshed to be quite honest. I feel like a change has been made and it’s a good thing. This weekend was not my usual habits and rituals. I didn’t really have any plans going into Friday evening , that changed of course and things are pretty dang good right now.
Although I feel kind of hyper at the moment, I feel totally drained so I’m going to head over the TV and then crash on the couch for a while. Hope you all had a wonderful weekend too!
On November 30, 1999 I made the first blog post of my life. In the last 8 years I’ve posted 1,554 posts with over 200,000 words.
In all those years much has changed. New friends, new loves and hates, new jobs. So much in what has been essentially 1/3rd of my life. It’s really kind of amazing when you think about it, for nearly 1 out of every 3 years that I’ve been alive, I’ve been keeping track of triumphs and tribulation averaging one post every 2 days.
Over the years I’ve been met by people who think that blogging is worthless or useless. I beg to differ, it’s my outlet, my escape, my place to be me and sometimes its just there to mark occasion. As I’ve said before, it’s my space, way be there was that horrendous thing known as MySpace.
I hope you’ve all enjoyed the insight into my mind and my life. There have been some hard posts to write, some that I wish I would have taken more time with and some that I still question their value. If you don’t blog, or don’t blog enough I would encourage you to post now and then, make it a habit, say something, anything is better than nothing. In a few years you can look back at what you thought was important and realize that life is in control of you much more than you are controlling it.
I just can’t seem to get in the habit of doing this regularly…. This week started out well and went down hill form there…. Personally… Professionally things went fine. Things will get better though. I am confident that all things work out for them selves it just takes time to get everything figured out. I would go into details but I don’t’ think that everyone involved would be too happy if the rest of the world found out about it. So I will just say that things are not as well as they were but they have the possibility of getting much much better. OK I’m going to go get my hair cut and buy some ON Cords…. later… Check this out
My inner child is sixteen years old!
Life’s not fair! It’s never been fair, but while
adults might just accept that, I know
something’s gotta change. And it’s gonna
change, just as soon as I become an adult and
get some power of my own.
How Old is Your Inner Child?
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