Thursday, September 8, 2011

In my head...

 ...I write a blog post every day. I discuss the ups and downs of my day and how it affects my life, not just my infertility. Sometimes I narrate the expected comments as well (that part's weird, I know). It's my own little conversation and it makes me feel better even if I never get on here to get my thoughts out.

I see something funny and think about taking a picture and posting it, but I look down and I don't have my phone or can't get it out quickly enough to capture the image.

I hear something funny and think about repeating it on here, but then I forget.

I confuse myself about what I should post. Do I want this to be more of a diary or should I keep my posts limited to just infertility issues.

When I do sit down to write, I have tons to say and no logical, orderly way to say it and get it out. Therefore, I end up writing a partial post about what I'm thinking and leave many ideas out.

I'm thinking about doing a nablopo month just to see if I can actually do a post everyday. I don't see why I couldn't, I end up checking blogger just about everyday, in fact, often multiple times a day to see what you guys have to say.

I guess I'm just saying all of this to get to the point that I'm going to try to post more often and with more pictures.


  1. I think trying to do a monthly challenge is a great idea. I treat my blog as a journal, as a record of my infertility treatments, as therapy, you name it. Random posts that are full of funny things seen and heard sound like a great candidate for the therapy/distraction category if you ask me!

  2. I think that's a great idea and I would love to read a post from you every day!

  3. I've often struggled with what to write. Do I stick to the baby stuff or talk about my shit eating dog ;)

    Gotta wonder sometimes! The challenge sounds good!

  4. I had this little dilemma myself about a month ago. I just hit a wall about what I should post. I have tons of ideas, but wasn't sure if it would be 'interesting' for my readers. But I had to remind myself that my blog is my diary, and I should feel comfortable writing about whatever I want, regardless of it's relatibility for others.

    Write away, I would love to hear what's on your mind, no matter how random it is :)


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