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Unpublished ramblings

Ever write a draft of a blog post and then discover it was just for the purpose of you getting something off your chest but not something for you to actually post?

That happens to me all the time.  Probably at least once a week.

Twenty years ago if blogging existed, I might have published such a post.

It's probably a real good thing that blogging never existed then although I'm sure glad it exists now.  :)

That's all.  It's a Monday and I'm tired, and not in the mood to create a another post.  Yeah, you guessed it.  I wrote a rant today about something and then elected not to publish it.   So now this post concerning unpublished posts is my post. 

If you are missing a real post from me today that contains something substantial, there are worse things in life to cope with.  Consider the fact that the gulf cleanup is slowing down yet againPerez Hilton is still writing headlines and there's still a heat wave going across the USA.

By the way I'm making my family's favorite meal tonight for dinner.  It cooks all day.  Any guesses as to what it is?  Maybe I'll post the recipe another day this week when I'm not experiencing the usual Monday morning feelings.

p.s.  It was a fantastic day yesterday at Celebration, and a very late night for me at the church...part of the reason I'm so tired, but it's all good.  :)

Comments

Anonymous said…
Hmmm, could dinner be potroast in the crockpot? My second guess would be a soup or stew. (If I'm allowed a second guess. LOL)
Ding! Ding! Ding! You are correct!!!

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