Sunday, December 14, 2008

Writer's block

I don't know why I can't seem to put pen to paper, or keys to screen lately. I have some posts saved but all are superficial (a recipe, and some stuff about Ozzy the Wonder Dog). There's lots of stuff going on here and I feel a kind of nervous energy that overtakes me everytime I sit down to write.

I met a blog friend who is fast becoming a real-life friend last week. It was fun to compare notes with Ruti Mizrachi. She is a very inspiring woman with so much faith, and a fascinating story to tell. I was going to write a long post about our meeting, but I can't seem to get up the energy, and well, she beat me to it over here. She basically said everything I had wanted to say, so you can click on over there if you're interested in what happens when great blogger minds get together (so what if we couldn't figure out how to get the computer fired up at the internet cafe).

In any case, I plan on keeping up the posting even if it's short, dumb stuff. Bear with me while I work through this. Hopefully it's a short phase.

In the meantime Haveil Havalim is up at Jack's place and JPix is up at Mom's.

Have a great week!

7 comments:

SuperRaizy said...

Don't worry, Baila, I'm sure it happens to everyone sometimes.
Actually, I would like to hear more about your job. You said a while back that you were returning to work full time. How is that going? I'd love to read a bit about the children you treat and their families.

Leora said...

Just checking in with us and telling us that you are wondering what to tell us is blogworthy in itself. I always enjoy Baila's straightforward posts!

ilanadavita said...

It's happened to me before. And yes I posted recipes or photos instead. Whatever we'll be happy to read it.

rutimizrachi said...

Basically, I just wanted to say... uhhhhh.... mind went blank. Sorry. Maybe next time. :-) Oh, yeah -- and I just royally screwed up my laptop as I am about to leave the country for two weeks, far from my favorite geeks at 3U4U. Oughtn't there be some rule about the technologically-challenged being forbidden to actually OWN computers??? I give us both a bracha that we get over our current cyber-crises. Oy!

Anonymous said...

i always like hearing about ozzie the wonder dog.

nw

Robin said...

It happens from time to time - that's what memes are for ;-).

muse said...

Real life is most important. Blogging is a side life, or...