Blogging Reluctantly

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Confessions of a sometimes blogger October 18, 2010

Filed under: I hate it. — bloggingreluctantly @ 8:13 pm

I love Google Reader. I click on it several times per day…and on the weekend forget about it! And as I click on through I envy those “mommy bloggers” who have time to write your posts, or prepare and PHOTOGRAPH amazing meals.  I can’t even imagine having time to do that.  Let’s take a look at my day.  Here is how it went. (you’ll see my lack of time!)

5:55 a.m. Get up with Hubs, only because he will make the bed with me in. (yes ladies he makes the bed)

5:56 a.m. stumble to the couch where I sit and drift in and out of sleep for about 30 minutes before the cats go crazy and I have to threaten them with great  bodily harm if they touch my curtains again.

6:30 a.m. Begin making Silk purse out of sows ear….this is not a short process.

7:55 a.m. leave house drive to work.

8:19 a.m. punch in…sigh. A lot.

13:00 leave for lunch

13:10 meet hubs for lunch

14:00 arrive back at office.

Leave work at anywhere between 17:00-21:00 (give or take. BTW if you don’t know military time learn it!)

Arrive home (times are hard to judge)

Do laundry, clean (I clean all day everyday) empty cat boxes, unravel dramas, sigh, cry softly,  take one marginal Photo of the day, break up cat and kid fights, sigh, more tears..the sighing and the tears repeat several times per night.

Then at or around 22:30 go to bed. 

Repeat process. 

Where is there time for blogging conferences, and happy times, and beautifully prepared and photographed meals.  I envy you all. Seriously.  I am a damn good wife, and I try to be a good mom…but as for blogging I suck.

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One Response to “Confessions of a sometimes blogger”

  1. Jessica Says:

    …Just have to say on the military time thing: I got so tired/frustrated by NOT knowing what 20:00 was just by looking at it (having to do math – which doesn’t like me), that I changes my iPhone to military time…and have kept it there.

    And hell, wouldn’t you know it: I LEARNED! Now it’s almost like looking at a 12 hour clock, where I know the time automatically.

    Score one for the math challenged!


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