Thursday, April 14, 2011


You know, I realized the other day why I don't blog. I don't feel like I can say what I really need to. Like, some days I need to say, "What the hell?!" Other days warrant a dropping of the 'F' bomb. Yes, it's true. It's come out of my mouth. So, I'm thinking, "Sheesh, I can't write what's really going on in my head. My father-in-law may read this." However, out of anyone in my life he would probably understand. He taught driver's ed for like a century. So then I thought, "Okay then, just write what you need to in a journal. That way no one can read it." And you know what I think? I think secretly we want people to read out blogs. Maybe someone out there feels like I do on any given day. Who knows. So, I'm going to blog. Cuz some things are coming up that I'm going to need to talk about. Or rejoice about. Or send out into the blog universe just to feel like I am connected. Perhaps I shall give my blogs a movie rating so those of you out there who may read this will know which ones to skip or which ones are safe to read.
And I guess if you dont' like it, don't read the blog.


Sandy said...

I am so glad to hear you are gonna blog more... I've missed your writings - and even some of your expletives. It always made me feel better that I am not the only Mormon that will randomly need to F-bomb the world.
Love your guts my favorite neighbor!!!

Erin said...

I love the idea of a movie rating! Anyone who knows you wouldn't expect anything but the absolute truth from your blog. So go ahead and write whatever you feel! I'm reading!

k.k. chamberlain said...

Too often we make our blogs our own personal PR platform ... "Look how amazing I is!" I, for sure, am guilty of this. But there's a bigger reason why we feel we have to say things to people ... because we really just want to CONNECT. It's not the same in a journal. So, my advice? Be you. Be real. Be whatever. Let it be.

cole linnae said...

think it and write it. it makes other people know they arent alone out there. :)


Amylee said...

Today in church, over the pulpit, the high councilman said that Christ suffered for us when we use unnecessary expletives.


This was not lost on Dallas and I.