Oh the woes of blogging. I've been looking at different blogs, and noticing how little my blog is read, and feeling lonely about it. Ok, it's been a stressful week coming off the busy Holy Week and Easter celebration, followed up by Confirmation at our parish, for which I was a sponsor. I'm pretty wiped out, have not been getting good sleep, so I'm "less emotionally adjusted" than usual.
I think I started out just to have this be my personal sharing venue. Sharing with whomever. Then I started a private blog to just talk about my kids and update grandmas and stuff (one of which never reads it, anyway!). So I don't talk about my kids as much here. I want to share all of the Direction for our Times messages, so I've done that.
But I get so very heavy and serious and then that becomes my standard, so I end up not really talking about my life and stuff I think about, which was kinda the point in the first place.
So I was thinking of joining the Unschooling blog ring, then I noticed how little I talk about unschooling.
Maybe I should start a blog ring of pathetic people who like to be read by other people but aren't. I'll call it "None of My Imaginary Friends are Talking to Me". I've been looking for a use for that phrase for quite a while.
Maybe part of the problem has been I don't really have time to think recently. Or, if I do think, I don't have time to blog my thoughts.
When I was a teen I used to wait for the mail to come plopping onto our porch floor, hoping for a piece of mail for me. These days I check my email to see if anyone has written.