Aug 13, 2017
- I do much higher quality writing in private
- And/or in emails to good friends
- And when I have the security/privacy/space to write whatever I’m really feeling and thinking (not because it’s ever bad, but, like, if I don’t get picked first for the dodge ball team I prefer to have a day or week or year-ish buffer to process it and write about it and feel comfortable with where I’m at before I share it openly with the world)
- And I’m pretty tired of this, but inexplicably really committed to not quitting
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I can totally see why you’re tired of this but I will tell you I will reeeeeeallly miss checking your blog and writing your posts when this is all over and you don’t write everyday anymore. And I do hope that you keep writing on here because I love to read your thoughts, even the random ones, and hear about your day to day life. Also, I’m super impressed that you have kept your goal. I have become super bad at goal setting but even more so at goal keeping. I need to follow your good example! Annnnnd just for fun here are some random topics you could write about if you need an idea! Haha! 🙂
– updates on baby Henry and what he is up to these days. Ah, babies grow so fast!
– your family’s back to school traditions and routines. Because I am definitely going to need those!
– old man glasses. You can never have too many blog posts on those.
– otter pops and wheatables
– what to do with bridal magazines and roommate’s rooms
– awkward dates you have been on
– you and Bryan’s love story! I love that one!
– about how to and how not to wait for a missionary. Gosh, that was a hard time of life. But good too! So glad we were roommates and friends!!! 🙂
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