Friday, December 28, 2012

Ahem, is thing on?

Hey there! Long time no talk. I've been a little absent nonexistent on this blog of mine. To be honest.... I haven't really had much to say or share nor do I think my life is all that exciting to share on here. Don't get me wrong... I LOVE my sweet little not super exciting but exciting enough for me life but I've felt a little conflicted about blogging lately. There are blogs that are out there for a business to create income for their families (I don't fall under that), there are blogs that amp up or brag almost about their life (I don't want to fall under that), there are funny blogs with people telling random funny stories about their day (I don't really fall under this category) then there are blogs that update their friends and family on their life, mostly with pictures of their sweet & cute little kiddo's (I kinda sorta fall under this, minus the kiddo's). I could totally post pics of Chris & I all day long but is that really all that exciting or interesting??? Not really. Exciting for me yes... but to other people, not so much. See what I mean, I'm conflicted! 

What does this blog of mine need to be? I suppose what I want it to be. 

I still follow and read all my regular blogs, I just don't post anymore. I do miss it. Mostly the comments and emails from my sweet friends & family. But, it's kinda less stressful. 

Hmmmm what to do??

Miss you guys & hope you had very Merry Christmas!!

From our 2nd Anniversary trip in Crested Butte, CO.
It was a little bright :)


  1. Yay! You blogged. I have struggled over time with the content of my blog. You just have to do what you want to do and what feels right. I hope you keep blogging. I love keeping up with you and Chris.

  2. I decided once Jack was born that it was my blog and I am only going to blog for me. I'm not doing posts to gain readers or get comments. I'm posting to journal our days. I love looking back on the "boring" weekend recap posts, etc. I feel like there can be a lot of pressure in the blog world and I understand where you are coming from.

  3. Oh I feel the same way, Diana!! I have had to re-direct the purpose of my blog(s) several times since beginning them. Ultimately, its knowing that this is a way to reflect on my own experiences that has kept them going.

    What's funny is, I had only read your two most recent posts and showed my husband your blog. My comments to him were that I hope my blogging would become more concise and well put together, like yours! :-)


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