What is it about vacations that zap a person of vitality? They're such hard work! LOL Ever since we returned from our (really great) trip, I've been seemingly incapable of putting two words together - much less being a worthwhile human being in any other area of my life.
We didn't fly, so I can't actually call it jet lag, can I? But still, I'm having trouble getting with the program. Pray for me, y'all! I need it. This decision-making thing...where to live, when to move, weighing all the pros and cons and balancing out all the why's and wherefores...well, I guess it's getting to me.
Anyway, just realized how far behind I am with entries here on The Melody Within. That's got to stop, and right now. Entries are required - it's a self-imposed rule, but one I expect myself to adhere to - at a minimum of once a week. So...here's your chance to put your money where my mouth is. :)
Take a look back over some of my previous entries - no, not the ones on this page that have been sitting here for weeks. Go back into the archives and read some of the stuff I wrote back when I actually took blogging seriously. Which entries did you particularly like? Which did you hate? Which really grabbed your interest, tugged at your heartstrings, made you think about something for more than two seconds? And now for the grabber....
What would you like to see covered here on The Melody Within?
After you've delved into a few of those earlier blogs, come back to this one. Leave a comment and let me know what you think I should talk about. It doesn't have to be anything "deep," or profound, so don't let it keep you up at night, but I really am interested in hearing your opinions.
Hey, let me just add this...THANK YOU to all of you for being so faithful to come back and look in on this page, even when I fail to add anything new for weeks at a time! You guys are the best, and I appreciate you.
And I want to say this, too...thanks also to all of the wonderful ladies who shared their stories of romance in the making, telling all the world how they met their sweethearts. Great stories all, and I enjoyed reading them. Now...which of them can I blend together to come up with a great romance novel...? Hmmm....