The toughest part about writing a blog

For me, at least, the toughest part about writing a blog is coming up with ideas of what to write about.

If something exciting or unusual happens, that’s easy – I can write about it. Or really, just about any thing – I can write about it. Food – easy. But if you wanted to read about food all the time, well, there are about a trillion blogs already out there, many who are doing a really good job.

But on an average boring day – go to work, come home, read a book, cook something mindless for supper – I really don’t know what to write about.

Do you want to know that my boss was being a dick today? Or that I’m rereading the Dragonriders of Pern series? Or that I plan to make chicken and dumplings for supper, because even though it’s spring it is not very warm today? A very average, boring day.

I decided to write this post, even though it has nothing to say, just so you know I’m alive, and willing to write. I just have no good ideas. Maybe once spring really gets here, and I’m playing in my garden, and cooking fresh food, and canning stuff. Or when my guy and I have the opportunity to travel somewhere and do something different.

So please be patient with me. And if there is anything you’d like to hear me ramble on about, please leave a comment!!

Published by JoAnne

Homebody extraordinaire

2 thoughts on “The toughest part about writing a blog

  1. I would love to see a post from you about mom….any of these ideas…..

    Mom’s crazy childhood
    Your unique relationship with mom
    Wacky stuff mom says and does
    How caring for her for years has affected you
    Mom’s many talents that often go unnoticed
    Or even expound on how lucky we were to have such a great mom considering her childhood and our abusive dad.

    And she is so fortunate to have YOU, as we all are!

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  2. I was thinking absolutely the same thing! I love stories about Mom – she says the funniest things. Now that I don’t have a funny mom anymore I would love to hear more about her antics. And you should feature her art. I loved the Christmas cards that had her paintings on them.

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