It's nice not to have to decide certain things - like who lives and who dies; red or white; this family event or that one... you know - those decisions where someone has to be the bad guy.
So I have this conundrum, self-imposed. I have another blog. Some members of my extended family post over on Xanga and I've been going over to visit - but found that in order to comment, I had to sign up (it's free). So now I have this other blog, and I'm not sure what to do with it.
Right now, it consists of a link to bring people back over to this one and an avatar picture of some daisies I took in my front yard.
What to do, what to do.
This blog evolved into something other than what I'd originally intended, but that's okay. I like what it's become... a way to keep in touch with far-flung friends and family with the little this-n-that of daily life. Might be kind of boring for the rest of you sometimes, but hey... you keep coming back so it must not be THAT bad.
My buddy Jeff over at Psychosomatic Wit is having an identity crisis with his own blog. I can understand this... He's a writer - he wants to write. But he's found himself falling into the meme-trap and his blog isn't at all what he wants it to be - well, not what he intended anyway.
So what do we writers and want-to-be-writers do with a blank page? We fill it. And when inspiration is in short supply, blogworld often supplies a muse in the form of a meme or a quiz. Sometimes, those time-wasters can be good inspiration if thought on long enough. I understand Jeff's dilemma, because mine is similar. But I have a solution. A new blog. A new start.
I just can't decide yet what it's to be. Any suggestions, Muses?