Monday, January 21, 2008


I must apologize for not posting a whole lot of anything in the past couple of weeks. Two posts last week regarding our current weather conditions really don't cut it for me, and probably not for most of you either. I hope you're still visiting me though. I don't want to lose any of my blogging buddies due to my lack of posts, whether they are interesting or not.

And honestly, today's post isn't about anything in particular either. I've got a lot mulling around in my head right now, and in the past several weeks a thought will cross my mind and I think to myself, "Hey, I should blog about that." and then I never do.

I think I'm experiencing a bit of the "January Blahs" and I'm looking forward to when this month is over. Not for any particular reason. I just don't like the month of January. Do I have a favorite month? Well, maybe. But I haven't spent a lot of time thinking about that in my lifetime. I'll have to mull that one over in my mind too and get back to you on it. I do know, however, that my favorite season is winter, so that being said, and considering our winters generally start in October and end in March or April, I've got 6 or 7 months to choose from for a favorite.

So, you heard it here first. I have nothing to say. Or maybe my brain is just fried.


Mel said...

ha- Your it! :) come over and see what your being tagged with! ;)

hope you are doing well...been thinking of you! :)

have a great day!

Story of our Life said...

I understand you my friend!! I'm tired of snow. More than tired of it. It is becoming depressing!! Plain cut siimple and dry. The average amount of snow we get for the YEAR we have already got in the last month and half and I'm tired of it. I'm not usually the one that complains about the snow.

My fav. month...I don't know. I amm going toh ave to say June or May or something like that...spring/warm'ish weather.

Check my blog out last "blogging w/a purpose friend"

The Walker Family said...

Hi Kimmy, no worries on not blogging...I think it takes just as long to recover from Christmas and New Years as it does to prepare for it...a month! :) I just wanted to share a verse today...from the Message bible: Psalm 23 - the last paragraph: "Your beauty and love chase after me every day of my life. I'm back home in the house of God for the rest of my life."
(I just love that) Have a great day!

Kristy said...

Thinking (and praying!) for you friend.