You know how some people have these awesome blogs....?
Like, they just always put out quality content, and their blog is enjoyable?
They know their niche, and they're good at what they do, whether they blog about books, or art, or fashion. Or they do reviews of everything they watch, or they write amazing poetry, or they just have this way of wording their posts so that even if what they write about is mundane, it's still beautiful to read?
I don't understand those bloggers.
I am not a good blogger.
I'm one of those spastic bloggers who really has no idea what she's doing, but she really loves blogging, so she just keeps going.
But let's be honest here, not a lot of my posts are quality. Most of my posts border on insane, because I basically sit down and let my brain just spew its thoughts into the post.
I don't have a niche.
I don't have a blog schedule. (You guys are lucky if Picture Saturday is consistent.)
I don't put out a lot of quality.
And I know I don't write well.
I'm just here like:
So thank you people for sticking with me even though I'm a nutcase.
Anyway, here's what's been going on in my life.
1.) I got accosted by a Jehovah's Witness, who, when I informed him that I'm too broke to donate to his college fund, handed me this pamphlet.
What the actual heck?
2.) So apparently this person knew they were going to get flowers, and left the delivery person (me) a note.
3.) Seriously, garden roses are gorgeous. (Ridiculously expensive, but gorgeous.)
5.) Delivering flowers is awesome. Delivering when the view the whole drive is this? I'm luckyyy.
5.) Getting Sammi caught up on a TV show with Bella and Tiny? Yasssss.
6.) Sammi Toink decided that the badminton racket was a guitar and sat there making guitar noises and strumming.
7.) We went to the lake. It's been really chilly here lately, in the autumny way, where the sun is super hot, but the wind is kind of biting, so it was a very chilly swim.
8.) Amy and I went to a thrift store yesterday, and I found practically brand new art set, with Artist Loft colored pencils and charcoal and erasers, all inside a beautiful wooden art box, for a buck fifty, so yeah, no brainer. Totally bought it. Amy found an Original Broadway Cast Phantom of the Opera, two disc set, WITH THE LYRIC PAMPHLET-- for a dollar. And since Amy already owns that, I bought it, and it sort of made my day.
9.) Yeeeep, that about sums it up. I don't do things. lol. In fact, when I'm not working, my life tends to look like this.
And endings are hard.
What have you guys been up to??