I'm trying. I really am.
See, I don't want to be one of those people who start something, and then give it up too quickly. My plan was to be able to post at least one entry a day. I mean, c'mon.... my life has soooo much going on at any given point in time, surely there must be something I can write about daily. At least, I thought that was true. Until today. I can't think of a single decent post for today. Grr.
Sure... there are the random bits of cuteness from various children around me that I could mention:
My boss' almost-4 year old daughter was here today. Our office is shaped like a donut, with all the office suites going around in a circle. The Little Princess ran around the circle for a SOLID 20 minutes. Without stopping. Giggling the entire time. Only to stop at one point to inform me that when little kids are running around inside the building I shouldn't sneak out of my office and snatch them up. But if I still wanted to snatch someone up, I could do that to our Office Manager.
Or last night at Bug's football practice, this was overheard from a teammate's younger brother when he was tattling to his mom about his baby brother:
YB (younger brother): Mom, its all his fault we can't play anymore. He's a baby.
Mom: Why? (pause--then very suspiciously) Did you throw your sword at him? (keep your pants on, people... it was a foam sword!)
YB: No. (pause) I tried to! But I missed!
Or I could write about the insane bugs at the football field last night. Stupid things. Apparently it was "the" night for beetles to dive-bomb the football moms. I was picking them out of my hair and from down my blouse All.Night.Long.
The only problem with any of those ideas is that they aren't very long. And I haven't decided yet if I really want to do those itty-bitty-teeny-tiny one or two line posts. *sigh*
Let me think a bit more. Maybe later tonight I'll write about my psycho-Houdini dogs, their separation anxiety, and what its doing to the fencing on the dog run.
Or maybe I'll just call it good and settle down with some chocolate.