I can't think of anything to write, and it's been that way for several days. It's not that I haven't had any 'ventures, it that I don't feel like writing about them.
For example, I went to South Mountain State Park Tuesday (I think), on a hike up to the waterfalls. Well, that's what it was billed as, but it turned out to be up to the waterfalls, up a steep hill past the waterfalls and way, way beyond. It was just a tad more than a beginner's hike, but here I am, alive and well. But I don't feel like writing about it.
Also for example, I have another blog "A Valdese Store" that is linked to this blog via Entre-Card, but one day it, along with the EC credits associated with it were nowhere to be found, Entre-Card wise. I looked in the email associated with this blog & apparently EC's security had found something it didn't like (virus wise - again I use virus generically) on the blog, and severed the connection. So I wrote them back and asked what do I do now? I don't know if they've replied, because I haven't looked. I suppose I should do that, but the reason I haven't looked is because I don't really expect a reply.
Another example is that some violent storms are headed our way. I think they're around Texas/Louisiana/Mississippi right now, and expected to be in our neck of the woods Sunday or so. They'll probably be hitting us from the south, and that's never good.
I haven't written any sermons on the use of English lately - maybe I could do that. I find it a lot of fun to write about stuff I really don't know about, and sound authoritarian while doing it. I was explaining to MP about Ukrainian Chili the other day, but I made it all up. I was channeling Cliff Clavin. Anyway maybe I could tackle "affect vs effect", or perhaps "it's vs its", if I haven't already.
Or I could write about the regionalism/dialect I grew up with as a child in Eastern Kentucky. The one that enabled me to read Huckleberry Finn at age 11 without missing a beat. I didn't talk like that, but my grandparents did, or very close to it, and I understood it. I absolutely undertood it. I've already covered haint & hit & right smart and lots of other stuff already. So I'd have to think about it. It's something I "might could" do.
I could make a bunch of stupid social observations. Like no matter how cool, or famous, or smart or popular or intelligent or powerful or well known or cult-like someone is, they all tend to sit in chairs of some sort.
Maybe a stuff around the house picture. I haven't done that in awhile.
This blog was originally going to be a lot more about Valdese, NC that it has turned out to be. Maybe I could get back to my original intentions. Or not.
I don't know. I just don't feel like writing anything right now.