Ever wonder what goes through a bloggers mind, how they resolve the issues of coming up with new and interesting blog posts for their readers? What spurs them onward, what inspires them? Our journey starts here:
3:00 am - Wake up, start to visualize the next post for your blog. Fall asleep. 4:30 am - Wake up feeling a sense of dread, what will you write about? 5:00 am - Wake up again. Plan in your head the most interesting and visual blog post you have ever written. The eloquence of the phrases makes your heart soar, this is sheer poetry. The best post you have ever been inspired to write. Fall asleep again, dreaming of comments, and happy readers. 6:05 am - Wake up.....again. Realize that you can't recall any of the subject matter of the imagined post. Nor can you recall any of the words, phrases, or photos that you had thought to use. 6:17 am - Pull yourself out of bed, because there is a scratching noise at the patio door. 6:18 am - Open the curtains to reveal a unhappy and impatient cat called Bootsie waiting outside. He looks so cute with his black fur, and snow flakes speckling him, that you tell him to "hold that pose" and run to get your camera. 6:19 am - Bootsie scratches at the glass door as you madly click away. Wondering if the neighbors think that you are just a crazy photographer, or a very cruel person who won't even let stray cats in during a snowstorm. 6:21 am - Wonder what you are going to write about today? 9:15 am - Mention blogging to a colleague, and see a blank look on their face. Wonder what you are going to write about today? 12:17 pm - During a conversation with a customer realize that you have discovered what you are going to write about. Mark it down on a piece of paper and shove it in your pocket. 5:48 pm - Come home, cook dinner, do laundry. Wonder what you should blog about for the next day? Oh right, there was something written on a piece of paper, you put it in your pocket....... oh no. Fish pants out of washer, too late. Wonder what you are going to blog about tomorrow?My apologies for the word verification. It will only be up for a few days. I am having terrible trouble with spammers, and this has already cut it in half.