Sunday, November 29, 2009

One Day More

Hooray for the next to the last day of NaBloPoMo! What have I learned from this? Mainly that I don't have enough interesting things to say to last a whole month. There were some things that I definitely wanted to share, and there were some things that I shared simply because I needed to check off the "I posted today" box. I'm really glad that I finally got to write about my early church experiences, and I'm grateful for the alliteration in "Friday Flashback," because the jazzy alliteration itself seems to justify a whole post dedicated to photos. But really, this hasn't been a life-changing discipline for me. Not that I thought it would be, but mostly I just like discipline for the sake of discipline. Maybe that's why I'm such a good Methodist.

So, yeah, I've learned that blogging is a good way to talk about things that I really need to get out of my system, and a really good way to remember the cute/funny/interesting things my kids say and do, but as a daily discipline it's really not my cup of tea.

1 comment:

Sarah said...

I really love reading your blog but I think this month there have been some posts which have felt like they are filling space. I have become rubbish at blogging recently because I've just run out of things to say. I think the trick is to post regularly at a pace that means you do always have something to say. I love hearing about your children and your experience of being a parent - it actually makes me look forward to my very-impending motherhood!