Sunday, December 13, 2009

I'm back from temporary indecisiveness

I started thinking that I should make the blog private.... then I thought about quitting altogether... then I got over it. I hadn't invited anyone to read it... I just sort of turned it off... for a few days.
I was thinking that if I went "private" then I could be a little more specific on certain things. I'm stinking at keeping up on the baby books... so I thought I could at least make sure I document things here, so I'll have the info went I want it... when I have time to scrapbook again someday.

Anyway, sorry about that. I hope you find me again.

Oh... and I guess blogging everyday in November just wasn't in the cards for me this year! Oops!


Raynola said...

Eek! Please don't stop writing! I love your blog and I love you. This blog and your words are an innate part of you and they express who you are in your heart so well. I guess I could never tell you to do something that does not make you happy, but for purely selfish reasons I truely hope that this blog continues to make you smile. If not you could just email me little ditties evry once in a while. Please mam, might I have some more?

Karrie said...

I've done the same thing as well, especially on those days when I get all worked up over "having" a blog, being a "blogger", and just documenting our family life (and letting the grandmas know what we are up to)... to monetize, to go private, to just do what I'm doing in a Word document, to quit all together? Why don't people comment, I'm not a popular blog, comparing myself to others, which I thought I got over about 10 years ago, but still sometimes creeps up on me... I'm happiest with my blog after I publish it and look back at the pictures of my kids, the little things they said that I wouldn't have remembered... who cares how many people read it (I took off my sitemeter), and of course some people I don't know are going to look (especially since I sometimes post about our house building experience/progress (or lack thereof). I've concluded I'm not a bogger, don't want to be a blogger, and am enjoying having an online journal.

Jen said...

The age old dilemma.

Keep writing Lisa. It helps sort through life. Besides, I love what you have to say. I like how real you are.

I figure my site is an online journal, if people want to read it, okay, but I do it for my own sanity and record keeping, not for anyone else per say. It is priceless to me.

So, my advice is the same as John Mayer's "Say what you need to say". You would in your journal. The good the bad and the ugly. It makes the journey that much sweeter.

Don't worry about who's out there or what they might think.

I love keeping up with you. Always thought the world of you. Still do.

Hariella said...

Please don't got private. I just found you and want to get to know you and your family. We are loving Hawaii but sure miss our families. Christmas just isn't the same without family but I guess we'll make it for 2 years. It was so nice to meet you at Gussie's funeral. You are so sweet and I am thankful we were able to talk.

Rani and Will said...

So glad you didn't go private or stop writing! I Love coming here! Hope you have a Merry Christmas too!!

Liz and Jake said...

Lisa my siter in law converted her blog into a book using blurb ( and it was awesome! I am hoping to do the same but just don't seem to ever find the time...go figure! I hope you don't stop blogging you always put a smile on my face when I read your posts!