Saturday, January 31, 2009

Almost done with that..

January that is. It's day number 31 which means the last one and phew.. am I glad it's almost over..

ok not really. If you've noticed that the anti-Jan protests were a little low key this year it's because they haven't really been there, in all honesty this month hasn't been half bad. It's been pretty neutral, boring I'd say. Not much going on at all. In the big old world yes, but personally not really. So when I wake up tomorrow in February's sweet morning light, it will probably much the same as this morning.

Oh and those things I said I was going to do this year but hadn't done yet the last time I wrote about this? I still haven't done them, the only difference is that more time has passed in which I haven't done them. Oh well.. February I'll get things done.

And in other news this is my 500th post. I know "woo hoo" and all that. Still got that block, the writer's one, which might be more just a lack of motivation to write about anything but stuff similar to the subject of this post, ie nothing. I say the latter.

6 comments:

Ronald said...

Keep going. It's amazing how much mileage you can get out of writers-block. Ironic isn't it?

Michelle said...

You could have a point there. I do find it helps to update regularly no matter what, even if it's just a short line or 2, rambling on in my usual whiny manner, posting a photo or falling back on one of my dorkisms, which I guess I don't really need to fall back on seeing as I just as easily fall back on any of the other things.. you're right, I'm rarely at a loss to write something.. it's just whether it's anything that's worth reading is the issue..

Ronald said...

You could always write for yourself... [silence] ha! What a load of old wank that kind of advice is. If anyone wants to keep a personal diary they can easily keep it secure and private in word or notepad. Blogging is for the benefit of all those potential readers out there, for their edification, amusement, and amazement. In't it?

Michelle said...

I do that sometimes too, I just write (the old fashioned kind you do with a pen on paper) so badly that I can never read what I've written later, and it's all just me scribbling out stuff from the day or the last week anyway.

Ronald said...

All books on 'how to write' will tell you to write a daily journal [erm... so I've heard, can't imagine anyone buying such books though can you?] Apparently, it's the way to go to improve one's writing. All the best scribblers do it apparently. See? You're in good company.

Michelle said...

Well, if a book tells you to do it, it must be right :) Must make it a more regular thing.