Saturday, December 4, 2010

When Charleston feels like Chicago

I don't know how it is where you live, but here in Charleston, it's gotten COLD!!

Actually though December in Charleston feels like Chicago in October.  But still.  I had to break out my Chicago jacket this morning, it was 30 degrees.  And it was windy, walking into work my hair was swirling around like a tornado above my head.  It was not pretty I assure you.

I know I haven't blogged since Thanksgiving.  Truth be told, I've been quite bored.  And what does one write about when bored?  I'm stuck in a bit of a rut and need a project.  Anyone have any ideas?



Something -D-o-o economics.

It has to be an exciting project though, I'm bored to the point that I need something stimulating and not mundane. cleaning/organizing.  Nothing involving money.  Even cooking lately has lost it's charm.

Fester fester fester fester.
Rot rot rot.

(It all goes back to movie quotes.)

Should I write that book I've always wanted to write? 
Success Magazine says 81% of people have a book in them.  Didja know that?

I could learn photography and photoshop, being that I own a great camera and the computer program already.

Take up sewing?

Learn Italian?

All things I want to do, but nothing is igniting that spark in me.

Completely stuck in a rut, I am.

Just because, another movie quote. 

Frank: It 's the same old story. Boy meets girl, boy loses girl, girl finds boy, boy forgets girl, boy remembers girl, girl dies in a tragic blimp accident over the New Year's Day Orange Bowl.

Jane: Goodyear?

Frank: No, the worst.

The world surely lost a funny actor last week.

There will never be another as funny as me.  And don't call me Shirley.


  1. When I am really, really, REALLY bored, I watch a movie that has trilogies, like Star Wars or The Godfather. For some reason, watching an entire array of stories (and some of the best movies, at that) make me feel a lot more accomplished!


  2. L-- Thanks, I may have to try that. Believe it or not I've never seen the Godfather movies.

    Abebe - Thank you!

  3. I am sorry that you are in a funk. All I can say is join the club! I am too. Maybe after the first of the year we can get our creative juices flowing again.