Meditation on Blogging

I need heeeeelp! I think I’ve run into a mental roadblock. That, or the anti-depressants are working so well they’ve stopped my ability to think in a creative manner. But don’t worry, that’s just a side effect and should wear off within 1-2 weeks. Yes, I’ve switched meds back onto Effexor because frankly, it was the only thing I’ve used in the past year and a half that’s actually done the proper job, or at least what I think it’s supposed to do. The other what? 5 that I’ve been on? They’ve all been progressively worse, I think. I guess that’s just a personal side effect when you work with the brain.
Anyhooters, I’m wondering what you, the lovely reader would like to see? I mean, I generally just write whatever I like, but is there something in particular that you’d like to see, or read? I’m up for whatever! Product reviews, general complaining, pug stories, youtube videos, whatevs! I guess when you are faced with any number of options, it’s sort of hard to pick. I need to be put in a box! I had this same issue when I’d be drawing. If someone actually told me to draw something, I would, but if I just had to sit and think about something to draw, nothing would come to mind!
So yeah, any suggestions? Even if you liked when I wrote about something in particular in the past. I’ve tended to have evolved from a blog that was very introspective to one that I more or less find entertaining. I think i was just more introspective in the beginning (4, 5 years ago now?! Ack!) because I was depressed and un-medicated, but come medication time, BAM, I am happy and sarcastic as a clam.
This reminds me that I was watching a youtube video the other day about this chick that was super happy and didn’t really have anything negative to say, and I was all like, “What the shit? She’s so….so….HAPPY! How can she not complain about anything?” But maybe that’s where I get my brand of humour from. From the misgivings of life and from all the shit that happens. That’s how it’s always been though. Crazy crap happens to me that, when combined, people tend to be amazed with. This is why my memoirs will be so entertaining someday. And my friends, that someday will be after my mom passes away, because no one really wants to tell their mom what they really think of them! And where would I be with all my stories if I didn’t have her? Whose nightstand would I find lube on? No one. I can tell you that right now.
On a side note, the office smelled like grilled cheese this morning, which almost made me think I was having a heart attack or something. Luckily I had already had one because one of my bosses had PUMPED UP THE JAMS on the radio last night, leaving dreary-eyed me to turn on the radio this morning and shit myself right out of the room because it was so loud. It really makes me wonder what kind of terrible dance parties are happening when I’m not around. I hope there are a lot of them.

4 Responses to “Meditation on Blogging”

  1. 1 Nevis January 9, 2009 at 9:55 am

    I like it when you talk about funny stuff that happens in your day…like about farts in the bathroom, or whatnot. Or pizza sauce on your dog’s taint. You’re very frank, eloquent, witty and refreshing.

  2. 2 lex January 9, 2009 at 10:35 am

    I really enjoy your blog: complaining, happy, sad, sarcastic, product reviews and pug stories. I think they are great! 🙂

    And the lube thing??? Please don’t go there… lol

  3. 3 Jess January 10, 2009 at 5:18 pm

    I agree with Nevis and Lex. I like reading all of your posts – I like that your blog is unpredictable, too! You are funny and witty, and I like that. But if you have less funny things that you need to talk about, I like that you are not afraid to post about that too. I hope your mental-roadblock goes away soon – I know it’s no fun!

  4. 4 Goodboy Norman Featherstone January 12, 2009 at 12:12 pm

    I like your product reviews. It’s fun to see what products you use and what you think of them.

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