Why do all of my interesting thoughts occur after I go to bed? The whole day goes by and I can barely remember where I have put the baby down. Then it is time for bed, and not only can I think again, but I have these great epiphanies and I can't shut it off. I need sleep, but my brain won't let me! Maybe because it is only at night when everyone else is asleep that I can actually hear myself think and then it is too loud and keeps me up ;0)
...I cannot resist the force any longer. I'm blogging now. I have no idea why, but maybe that is the point. I'm convinced that I am the last person on earth to blog. This is not one of those things I do because everyone does it (yep, I still do that). I just have been thinking about it because every now and then I have a great thought and want to share it. For example, why do people think leggings are pants? We made this mistake in the 80's everyone knows it was a mistake. I thought we were free, but here I see a teenager wearing leggings with a shirt and puffy vest. It doesn't look good, its not cool unless she is pretending to be a linebacker. Free yourself you fashion victim!!! And the number one shocker...skinny jeans don't work on everyone!!!! Yes, it's true, you people out there getting confused by this fact.
Now I have my chance to share those things. Except the first thing I did when I began to set up my blog... Freak out that my name was on it and people would know the inner workings of my brain! I pride myself on the fact that I think I am mysterious, even if I am the only person who thinks so. Which is most likely the reality of it since I talk so much ;0) I thought I grew out of the excessive talking but I can always tell when I talk to much because my husband and my son both get this look on their face like they have no idea what I am saying. It is at this point that I know I can stop. Even mid sentence, because it is all garbled at that point. But here, I guess I can ramble on and on... and on. So here is to the blog and my desire to converse needlessly about endless things!
Posted by Danielle Holtzinger at 10:26 PM