I Think I Can.


My friend Lel emailed me yesterday, telling me she had given me an award for my blog; which was funny since it was at exactly the same time that I had been checking out her site and noticed my name was mentioned. It must have been fate, I'd say.

After uploading the spiffy award, it actually got me thinking. (Ha! Go figure.)

I started thinking about how my blog tends to drift towards a journal some days, a whinging outlet other days, and a home for anything & everything else that happens to come into my head. This blog doesn't fit into a category; it's not just a teaching blog, it's not just a diary, it's not just witty stories.

It's a little bit of everything.

And even if doesn't have deep and meaningful thoughts in every entry, I still love it.

It's my home.

So, without further ado, here are some of the random thoughts that are floating around my brain at this point in time. Make of them what you will.

  • I don't want to go back to school on Monday. Holidays are overrated.

  • This time in three weeks, Jason is gone. And I'll be alllllll alone. Woe is me.

  • I had a dream about John Mayer last night and it was a good one. [wink]

  • It's nice having company around the house again.

  • I want to go to America and visit all of you guys right NOW.

  • Why can't losing weight be as easy as putting on weight? [grumble]

  • I'm cold. Maybe sitting here in a singlet workout top isn't such a great idea.

And keeping with tradition, here is some info about the Thinking Blogger Award.

This is a tagged-only meme. This award was began by ilker yoldas at The Thinking Blog. You must be tagged by someone in order to participate. If any of the above bloggers choose to participate, they should:

1. Write a post with links to blogs that make them think.
2. Email them to let them know they have been selected.
3. Link to my post so your readers can find the origin of your award.
4. Optional: Proudly display the ‘Thinking Blogger Award’ with a link to the post that you wrote (just right click the graphic in my post and save it for your blog)

Here are my choices for Thinking Bloggers, and why I chose them;

  • BadgerGirl - She is not only a wealth of knowledge, she's also good friend. Bowling.. one day..) I think she's fantastic, so stop by & pay her a visit.

  • Zandria - This girl is an incredible writer, and I love to read her blogging round-ups, as well as her posts for BlogHer.

  • Shauna - No doubt she's won fifteen thousand silly little innernet awards already, but she's fabulous so damn it, she's getting another one!

  • Mrs Squirrel - Because her posts are always amusing, and besides, we share a birthday. What better reason than that?

  • Tasmiya - One of the first bloggers I discovered and I'm still going back. Her writing always gets me thinking, without fail!

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kerrianne said...

Random (semi-dream related) story: I had a dream that I was playing back-up guitar for Maroon 5. And John Mayer was in the audience. But in the dream, when it was my turn to riff, I didn't even know how to tune my guitar. Awesome.

HollowSquirrel said...

Awww thanks, Alyndabear. LOVE the sidebar picture of you-- gorgeous!

As for your John Mayer dream, although he's not my type, it sounds a lot better than Kerrianne's stressful dream. Although if I were playing backup guitar for Maroon 5, I'd be far too busy cozying up to the lead singer. HOTT!

shauna said...

oooh thanks very much comrade! btw you look loooooovely in that sidebar pic :)

BlackOps said...

You wrote down all of the stuff you were thinking at that exact moment but Im want to know about the stuff you didnt write down.

velocibadgergirl said...

Hey, I just realized I never thanked you for this. I suck! But you don't suck! Thanks! :D

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