Wednesday, October 31, 2007

National Blogging All the Live Long Month

Alright so I'm gearing up for this blog every single day thing. Every. Single. Day. And I thought there was something I should explain. In case anyone happens upon this blog who is a grammar whiz. When I write sentences like the above "Every. Single. Day." I do, indeed, realize that this is a grammatical nightmare. However, I like to blog as though you're in the room with me and I'm telling you what happened, word for blessed word. I am sorry if this bothers you. I'm afraid you'll either need to get over it or stop reading my blogs. I mean, people who spell their convenience store Qwiki Mart or their company Qwest or their restaurant Kountry Kitchen bother me but I'm trying to deal with it. Anyone know a good 12 step program?

In other news, I have approximately four loyal readers. Yes, you're one of them! Duh. So, since I have to blog everyday this month, yes have to I was challenged by my friend and I'm not one to step down from a little healthy competition. Wait, what? Bethany, you didn't actually challenge me? Um...oops. Okay, so I'm not one to not make a competition completely up outta the middle of nowhere thus adding some much needed drama to my mundane and otherwise boring and non eventful November. Anyway, back to the subject at hand. If you're one of my four loyal readers, please leave me a comment with a suggestion on something I could write about. It could be something you've always wanted to know about me or a story you've heard me tell that might make a good blog or what my favorite musical is and why or my most embarrassing moment or what I'd do for a million dollars or a question you've been dying to know the answer to. I know, I just made my life sound I really have deep dark secrets you'd love nothing more than to pry out of me. But come on, there are four of you, that's four potential posts out of thirty. Help a blogger out. Start leaving those prompts~


  1. You are going to rock this thing, girl. Remember, not every blog has to be a novel. ;)

    I like Theme Days when it comes to NaBloPoMo...on Fridays I will be featuring some of the fun activities I have done with the kids. On Tuesdays, I really like the "Ten on Tuesdays" that my friend Susie got me hooked on. 10 Random facts or items of business that aren't worth a whole blog but are worth sharing. I also used to blog every Sunday with a list of things that brought me Joy that week.

    I also read a LOT of blogs and when someone comes up with a funny idea, I will blog about that topic as well.

    That help at all?

  2. hola, its Heather Head... and Although I never comment, i do read all of your blogs. And to tell you the truth, they are quite entertaining! :) As for topics, I'd love to have a nice long one about the move (including pics of the new place to help me visualize when you describe your amazing stories in the future) and I like blogs on random topics, that you don't really hear about anywhere else... like the origin of cookies for santa or something... :) Best of luck, i will be watchin!

  3. I suggest in light of moving Top 10 Lists... you've listed things you'll miss... but also things you love about San Diego, in general, food, beaches, and even put them in ranking order... :)

    I'm looking forward to the blogs though! Best of luck!

  4. I pretty much like to read everything you write, Lori; you just have a way of putting an interesting perspective on things. I sympathized with your top 100 list (being, myself, a hopeless nostalgic), and despite having actually lived in SD for only a few years, I found myself ticking off one item after another in agreement. Not, however, item #40.

    I'd like to read a blog about something you anticipate about the move, looking forward, as opposed to all the things you're leaving behind. What part of it is exciting? What do you dread (besides leaving something behind)? What expectations do you have?

    Whatever your topics, keep 'em coming!