Thursday, September 25, 2008

The Seinfeld of all blogs...

Some times I wonder if it's really okay to continually blog about... well, NOTHING. Let's face it, now and again something amusing will happen, but am I essentially writing about nothing?

My boyfriend used to blog quite a bit, but stopped. I tried to encourage him to start again, but he responded with, "I don't have anything to write about."

I said so what, neither do I. But at least you'd be writing.

Is it okay to fill a blog with random shit if there's a gem hidden inside now and again?



My feet are killing me. I wish I could wear slippers to work. Or anti-gravity boots.

EDIT: (I have a cluster map at the very bottom of my blog-- it tracks where the majority of my readers are coming from, and while it's very cool to see, and to know that 'HEY-- people actually READ this!', it's also probably adding to my insecurities. So people read this. Now I have to worry about keeping them entertained. Now I have to keep them coming back. Having a blog is SO much pressure.)

5 comments:

Renée said...

Personally, my favourite entries on blogs and livejournals are the ones about nothing, the ones that are like, "Today, I walked down the street."
It's simple, but it gives insight into a person.

I suppose it's a bit of vouyerism, but it's also a comfort in knowing other people go through similar things as others- which is why people find Seinfeld funny in the first place.

Anonymous said...

i'm gonna make my own journal

Eponine said...

Go for it, Anonymous!


(are you someone I know?)

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