I had a good Memorial Day weekend. I hope you did too. More on that soon.
A week ago, I posted about my weekend. After re-reading it for the fourth time I started to reflect about blogging; my motivation, my creativity, my popularity. So naturally, I turned to other people's blogs to see what they are up to.
What started out as an innocent response email turned into this: Read more [+/-]
To: no milk please
Date: May 25, 2005 1:16 AM
Subject: Hey No Milk!
It's been a while since I've had the time to read anyone's blogs.. I made time tonight and read your post about googling people's names. I do that sometimes with former crushes to see where they are and if they're still hot... sometimes to imagine how we'd look together now if I was brave enough to be out back then and somehow ended up together...
Have I told you how much I love what you write and how you write lately?
My next question would be: How do you do it?
Sometimes I feel as though I don't have the inspiration to blog. More recently I've been feeling a lot of mixed emotions about blogging. I don't really know why I'm telling you this -- maybe because I remember you commenting when I wrote about being a 'hit whore'.
I've convinced myself that I stopped caring if people read [this] blog (90% anyway). And then I read other peoples' blogs and wonder how they get all those comments... am I just contradictory? I'm in this weird situation and it's strange trying to figure this all out, thinking "What am I blogging for?" What do you think? Has this happened to you? How do/would you deal with it?
At the end of the day, I'm left with the final thought, "I'm not these other people." I guess sometimes I just want to be someone else, just to see how it's like to be a blogstar...
Hm.. look at the time.. Anyway, hope you're doing well!
So kids, what we learn today is that Jase still has some issues he needs to deal with; and that he doesn't like to use proper punctuation in his emails.
Update: No Milk responds!