My Poor Little Forgotten Blog

I used to blog ALL THE TIME. But that’s changed. I guess in about the last year. Mostly because I found two of the greatest best friends a girl could ever ask for. Suddenly I don’t have the need to come to my laptop and hash out all my frustrations to a non-existent person on the other end of my blog. I know people read what I had to say, hopefully because it helped someone at some point or another, but now that I have my best friends, my real best friends, it seems repetitive to talk things out with them then come here and do the same thing. It sorta feels like complaining.

So where does that leave my beloved blog?

In much need of a remodeling. I need to think of a way to change the focus of what I generally write about. But I don’t have ideas. I figured I could write exactly what I’m thinking at that moment, but I think that might get extremely boring for a few (okay, all) people.

Here’s what I’m going to ask of y’all: give me ideas! What do you want me to talk about? What kinds of things are important? What is fun to read about? Obviously I’m going to do my best to continue to come up with topics of importance and blog blog blog, but I don’t like that I’ve left people hanging for long periods of time.

Please don’t lose faith in me! I promise from the bottom of my heart that I’ll get better and back into my grove. I don’t know how I’m going to do it, but I’ll put in my best effort and how much more can you really ask of someone?



One thought on “My Poor Little Forgotten Blog

  1. People can get a cheeseburger anywhere. They come to Chotchkie’s for the—wait, scratch that.

    If you provide a lens for your readers to share your experiences, you can make any topic work. What you see, feel, and find to be significant. Share what has made you laugh, what has made you cry, and what has struck a chord inside of you that rings with the tones of deeper truths.

    If you wish to be amusing, write about that which angers you. If you wish to be ponderous, write about that which has made your heart yearn. Opinions can be found as easily as Dunkin Donuts franchises in New England; your unique experiences and Sweet Southern Sass is one of a kind.

sass back

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