Fail BIG. That’s how I roll.
So, I went off the NaBloPoMo wagon this year. And only halfway through. I realized at 11pm on Saturday when I was out with friends that I hadn’t yet posted that day. I tried to do one from my phone, but couldn’t get the interface to work quite right.
And I knew I wouldn’t make it home in time to do a real one.
So – I knew I was going to fail. And, in that spirit, I also took Sunday off. (In my defense, I spent most of Sunday with a horrific headache that made looking at anything painful)
I almost didn’t even want to do today. How sad is that? I’m letting some self-imposed expectation defeat me?
Nuts to that! I’m just gonna pick myself up and give it another try. I have to look at what I’ve accomplished and not focus on what I didn’t. Right?
So, while I was not posting, here’s what I did these last few days.
I read this:
I actually believed this was a true story for a while. It's not. But it's still a dang good read.
I had a great breakfast with some friends on a cold rainy morning. What better way to spend a Saturday morning??
I watched this:
This is a true story - sadly. And in case you weren't sure if this movie will break your heart or not.... It will.
And I was emotionally wrecked for a while. It is actually still haunting me in many ways. I think I cried 4 times during the movie, and once the day after. It’s that good. I had to wait for the perfect time to watch it. And a cold, dreary, Saturday afternoon wrapped in a cozy hoodie, with warm soup = perfect!
(I also watched some college football)
I went out to watch this guy play at a fancy-schmancy restaurant where I had a marvelous chocolate martini:
He doesn't have a CD out yet in mass production. But check out his myspace music page.
Click on his image above to get to his myspace page. Also check out one of his music videos here:
I spent too much time on this:
and I hung out with some amazing 9th grade girls. I’m always honored that they choose to share their lives with me. I’ve been with some of these girls since 6th grade and I love watching them grow into amazing young women.
I hope to be fully back on the wagon again now. And I’m ready to give this another go!