In The Moment

I get this great feeling of antici...

...pation and excitement when I write a blog post ahead of time and have to wait for two days or a week to post it. It makes me anxious. It makes me want to post every day. But then the indefinite dry spell will crop up, and I will have nothing to say for two weeks. The last month's worth of posts had been written well ahead of time, and the next week's posts are already written. I suppose I get these sudden bursts of creativity and eagerness to say what I need to say before I die or something. It's like 'oh, I hope I don't crash my car today as I wrote that insightful blog post that I would like to share with the internet tomorrow,' or 'I wonder how many wonderful blog posts I can share with the world before Armageddon.'

Just wanted to share that with you.

Peace, Aimee


  1. And now I have to watch Rocky Horror!

  2. Fun fact! I worked for a year in the costume department drawing tattoos and lacing corsets for a live performance of Rocky Horror Picture Show. I have the entire script practically memorized. Another fun fact, I haven't seen the movie since I quit working there and moved away.

    And as for your post, I totally understand. I write 90% of my blog posts way ahead of time. I even have some of March's already written. I post 5 days a week though and I'd never be able to do that if I didn't write ahead of time. I schedule all of my blog posts on sundays and then don't have to worry all week. But I get antsy when there is an especially good post coming up and I spend all week wishing I'd scheduled it on Monday instead.