I guess because I'm celebrating the 9 year blogiversary (You have entered the celebratory giveaway, right?), I found myself wandering through the archives of the early years.
I'm kinda jealous of the blogging time I had then.
Part of me, reading that, was like, 'Wow, you posted a lot of non-sewing drivel, didn't you?'
And another part was a little proud, 'Look at how many posts you wrote!'
And yet another part was, 'Oh, you were much more open and free back then! You talked about so much more than just sewing!'
I really did do my best to post every day. And I just about did.
But that was kinda when I had the 'one blog fits all'...trying to cover sewing and life and faith and all in one place.
But when I created the faith blog, I didn't double my blogging. My intention was to really just talk about the aspects of faith that were too deep for this side; do some online Bible studies and such. But somehow more and more of the topics I used to talk about on Sew Random ended up there.
Because this was the sewing blog, you know.
I didn't even realize I had really cut back on the 'random' part of the blog until I reread the old stuff and saw how much 'random' there really was.
The 'random' really came from the challenge to write a blog post every day. When life got too demanding (read: paying job entered the equation), I let myself off the 'blog daily' hook.
Instead of writing to write, I began to write only when I had something pertaining to sewing to talk about. Or something pertaining to faith issues on the other blog.
Random life stuff kinda fell by the wayside.
So, in the blogiversary week, I'm going to make myself a little challenge...
Get the 'Random' back in the game. ;-)
A random bit for the day:
As I was typing away, Frisco (the sewing assistant kitty) came up behind my desk chair and commenced to meow. Took me a minute to realize she had brought me a pipe cleaner (twisted into a circle -- one of her favorite toys). I threw it, she retrieved it. I threw it, she retrieved it. Repeat several times...then she carried it off and I went back to typing. A few minutes later, she was back rubbing on my leg, meowing, and the pipe cleaner was at my feet again. Repeat entire scenario. Go back to typing. Repeat again 3 minutes later.
Life's more fun with kitties. ;-)