Tuesday, June 2, 2009

I'm beginning to wonder how many times I'm going to write something and erase it again on this thing. It probably happens to other bloggers too. There's suddenly this tremendous pressure of self-publishing your thoughts on the internet that seems to dictate you must have something tremendous to say.

But I really don't. So if you're looking for something earth-shattering, this is probably not the blog for you. But if you're looking for a normal person who does goofy things once in awhile, you're in the right place.

This is what I learned today:

1. Raccoons are very noisy when they fight in the back yard, and they don't care who knows it. (We heard them screaming at each other when I came home from my writers' group meeting, and they were very loud. Whatever they said in raccoon should probably not be repeated in polite company.)

2. It is always best to make sure you put your wallet back in your purse before driving to a new location so you have it when you get there. This is particularly so if you want to buy anything at the second location.

3. There is a big difference between having a child who thinks he might throw up and a child who actually does.  The first kind is not nearly as messy.

Have a great night.

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