The long anticipated Friday has finally arrived. I don't know how it is for you; but this has been the longest, hardest summer that I have had in a long time and it seems to me that Fridays take forever to get here. For me, it could not have come more quickly. Even though I am going in to work for a little while today, I am not rushing out of the door this morning and I'm hopeful that it is going to be a great weekend. I am feeling more relaxed than I have in quite some time.
At any given moment, I have hundreds of thoughts going through my head. Lately, I have been thinking in terms of blogging. I view things in my world always questioning whether or not I could blog about it. It seems a little crazy to me; but, I don't think I am alone in this way of thinking. Most of the people who read my blog are bloggers themselves so I feel that you are with me on this.
I gather ideas and take photos all in the hopes that I can share them with you in my blog. My problem lies in not having a lot of time to spend blogging and so most of my ideas bounce around in my head and don't actually make it to my blog. I am sure you have, at one time or another, felt the pressure to get a blog post published and when that happens to me, I struggle with the decision on which idea or photo or series of photos to share with you that would be interesting for you. I want to be able to share effectively my thoughts and feelings within the time constraints that I have in my life right now. I am a perfectionist so I can't just slap something up here and feel good about that.
So as I was taking a few minutes to look through my Google reader, I saw a post on ERIN's blog about a 30 day Blog Journal. Every day has a new topic and as I browsed through the topics, I found a connection and a ready answer for a lot of them so maybe I can do this! You will learn a little bit more about me in the process and I can work on some of my other ideas in the background to share with you. My first obstacle will be getting through the first topic on Day 1!!
I love all genres of music. I listen to a little of everything and my Ipod reflects that. Sometimes I have a song that I hear that resonates with me and I listen to it often...sometimes on repeat. That song for me this spring and summer has been