Monday, August 15, 2005

Okay, I am back...

It was Elise's last comment that finally brought me back to the blogosphere. I realized that I've been gone for over a month now. By the way, thanks Elise for sending me the 10 Things That Make Me Happy card! It's been a while since you did that and I am still working on the new site. Anyone else who is interested, please email me. (I am too lazy to throw in links for my project and email right now. They can be found under the "About" section on this site)

I don't think that I am as sorted out as I'd like to be, although I finally finished my taxes and I have a fan. That was a big relief (the taxes, I mean. Well, the fan was a relief too now that I think about it.). I didn't get as much done as I aspired to and I'm still muddled about some things in my life. I'd like to someday redesign this site and get a few others off the ground. I need to spend more time on art and take more acting classes. I still just need to smog car!
The to-do list never ends.

Although I said that I wanted to take a break from writing, I still couldn't help myself. I wrote unpublished blog entries that I am finally now posting. I uploaded them with their correct dates down below so it is like I never left. It's a little neurotic I know, but I just didn't want to place any pressure on myself. I wanted to write without commitment.

So here they are...

2 comments:

Elise Tomlinson said...

Hey, welcome back! I think that's so cool that you were writing entries while you were away even though you weren't posting them.

I think I get a little weird about my blog, I wrote an entry on it last week, about how sometimes while I'm doing something in the *real* world I'll stop and think "wait, is this interesting enough to write about on my blog?" or else I'll force myself to do something sort of interesting so I can write about it rather than just saying I spent the whole weekend avoiding work, watching the tv from the couch.

Anyway, having even one person that reads your blog is like being accountable to someone for the choices you make in your life, the ones you report anyway. It's like I went to a therapist for awhile and every week she'd ask me what good thing had I done for myself in the past week. I'd find myself doing good things just so I could report back to her and she'd be proud of me, but in the process, doing the good, healthy stuff helped me to feel better. So, I guess whatever works right?

That's my long-winded way of saying "Welcome Back"! I don't always comment, but I *have* really enjoyed reading your blog...

Amparo said...

Thanks!
That's funny about the therapist. When I was seeing one, I felt like I wasn't utilizing her properly if I didn't have anything terrible to say! Your outlook is much healthier!

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