Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Slow down, you move too fast.

Got to make the moment(s) last.

The family moments. The work moments. The project moments. The barbecue moments. The hockey moments.

You know, the real-life moments.

The moments I'm not blogging.

Gotta make those last a little more. Which means I gotta cut back on the blogging a bit.

No, I'm not pulling a Nobody/Jen/Teacake and stopping, I'm just slowing, that's all. Maybe a few times per week instead of (nearly) daily.

For those of you who don't care, you can stop reading six lines ago.

*Post title borrowed from Simon and Garfunky


Teacake said...

I'd rather be hammer than a nail, man.

Enjoy real life!

Webmiztris said...

everyone is slowing down with the blogging recently...and I totally understand. actually I kinda like it because I can keep up with more people when they post less...LOL :)]

enjoy life!!

Paula said...

It's because of Cecelia, isn't it? ~sob!~

Joe the Troll said...

He's just doing "research" for Hempmento II.

Jodie K said...

"Looking for fun and feeling groovy..."

Visit often ;)

Lucyp said...

It's becoming an epidemic!! Everyone is giving up or slowing down.

Anonymous said...

I feel your pain, dude. But you should SEE the amazing things I've done since mothballing the blog! Spotless house - check! Child scheduled for entire summer's worth of activities - check! Met both new neighbors within a week of U-Haul sightings - check! One article almost ready to be rejected by multitudes of publishers - check! New wardrobe - check! (Okay, so that last one really had nothing to do with blogging, but I figured, hell, while I'm at it...)

O' Tim said...

Your breakin' my heart.

So do what I'm doing - post photos and recycle old shit from before we all met you ;)

Looney said...

Okey-dokey. :-)

Anonymous said...

I'd rather be hammer than a nail, man.

I guess I'd rather be a thumb than a tack, but I know I'd rather be a hammer than a thumb.

And I guess it goes without saying that I would rather be a Makita cordless electric drill than just about anything.