It’s actually well into Day 85 but my attempts at blogging kept turning out to be miserable and moaning. If they depress me, I thought, they really aren’t suitable for posting.
So, an hour after starting, I have a blank screen (to match my mind) and no idea what to write about.
I can’t write about spring, because I hardly saw any today, being stuck in the back of the shop. I see spring for an hour in the morning as I take Julia to work and then go to the shop. I don’t see much of the outside during my time in the shop, and then I go home and go inside. I suppose i could do more to get out, but by that time I want to get home, get the kettle on and compare days with Julia. We really should get out more now that the evenings are lighter, but we have got out of the habit over the last few years, as i may have said before . . .
That’s the trouble with blogging, you don’t just repeat yourself, you repeat yourself in writing, and to an audience.
Now, there’s a question. As “audience” probably comes from the same root as “audio” can you have an audience of people who aren’t listening? I just looked it up, and audiences seem to be groups of listeners in most of the definitions. Fortunately, as you read further, there are also definitions which include a group of readers, so I don’t need to worry about that.
It’s strange how you can use a word every day without really thinking about it and what it really means.
And with that thought seeming to form a natural conclusion, I will go to bed.
I hear what you say.
Your yellow flowers look like buttercups to me. They are one of my favorite wildflowers.
Yes, they are nice. Yellow is such a cheerful colour. I didn’t realise there was so much to buttercups until I checked the link! 🙂
At least you sorted that out
Little by little things fall into place . . . 🙂
I love thinking about the origins of words, especially ones I take for granted. Phrases too. It can be an interesting rabbit hole to fall down 🙂
🙂 Definitely. Whenever I feel I’m not procrastinating hard enough I reach for the dictionary . . .
It sure is a great way to procrastinate! 😂
I have vast experience in the area of procrastination and find dictionaries to be a never-ending source of displacement activity. 🙂