Ah, happy Monday my blog-friends. I know that I’m not supposed to blog about the fact I haven’t been blogging, but I am coming off of nearly two weeks without a post; I think something must be said. First, I have been busy. My new job is going really well – I’m going gangbusters (I don’t actually know what that means, but I adore the word). I’m fortunate to be working with some exciting clients and some awesome folks. Secondly, I’m in my blogging Dip. I need to press through the lack of inspiration, meaningful content and desire to blog so I can continue bringing hard-hitting commentaries and posts o’ inspiration. Please bear with me and send encouragement as I work to overcome my Dip.
Some examples of the needed encouragement include an email I received from one George W. Bush through my speaker info request form. Thank you to whomever sent it my way.
Speaking of “email,” I received a hilarious Spam the other day that I can’t wait to share with you. I’m not quite ready yet, but will be soon, I promise.
Speaking of “not quite ready yet,” I can’t believe how well Ron Paul is doing. Second in Nevada, ahead of Giuliani in South Carolina…it’s amazing! There’s no way he’ll win, but at least he’s sticking around long enough to broadcast his ideals – ideals that are much needed in the political non-speak so often trumpeted during the debates. If you’re rich and into giving your money to hopeless causes, you should throw some money his way during today’s fund raiser.
Speaking of “hopeless causes,” how are you handling this writer strike? Anybody started resorting to extreme measures like reading or exercising or talking to loved ones? Yeah, me neither, but I’m getting ridiculously close.
Speaking of “ridiculously close,” Breathe is beginning anew. After our initial misstep, we are pressing on to realize this vision. Since we don’t have a venue for our weekly gathering (a not-too-long-but-relatively-boring story) we are starting smaller and more intimately. Stay tuned for details.
Speaking of “details,” I’d better get ready for work.