Wednesday, July 11, 2007

If a blog falls in the Blogger, does anyone read it?

Today I started to wonder if anyone would still read my blog if I wrote as boring as I feel. Like, if I simply detailed my day with no wit or sarcasm or interestingness. Would anyone still visit my site? Here's an example of today:

Today for the second day in a row Kenslee didn't wake up on her own. We were able to get ready for work before waking her up at around 7:15. Then we changed her and fed her and ate breakfast on our own. Today I ate sushi. Kenslee is driving these days, so she went to daycare on her own while I rode my scooter into work and logged in. I checked to see if the Phillies all sucked in the All Star game last night and they did. I did some work then I took a nap under my desk. I woke up and then I went to the gym. I swam 6 miles and ran 18 miles. I got back to work in under an hour and had a chicken mango salad. Then I started to write this horrible blog post. Then after I posted this I did some work.* Then I went home. There was a free concert in the park by our house planned for tonight so we packed up and got ready to check it out. But, as we walked out the door it started raining. So we went back in the house and played charades. I did the best charade for Kid (Kid from Kid N Play, not like a little kid kind of kid. (Kid is the one with the big hair!)). You should have seen it. Then I went to bed.
* I assume this is how the rest of my day will go.

13 comments:

Shambhu said...

apparently some folks are reading your blog.

Think Frustrated said...

There are plenty of "here's what I did today" blogs that I stopped reading...

Leezer said...

Timathon:

Of course we care about the daily trivialities of your life. Besides, this is how funny stuff is written - when you just start the free-flowing of all the stuff you're thinking and you start thinking of funny stuff.

Phillies: Too bad Mike Schmidt and Greg Luzinski retired.

Aim said...

And apparently Kenslee is driving.

Paul said...

The Phillies are heros. They saved those poor guys with the tarp in Colorado. You should have talked about that. That was exciting.

Min said...

I actually read that whole thing. So see?---we would still visit your site. ;-)

(And yes, I don't comment as much I visit here but all that matters is that I still visit. Right?)

Tim said...

S - yeah, but I don't like most of the people who read my blog.

T- yeah, they get awfully boring. It's better to post once a week than have a "here's what I did today with nothing added" blog

L - we really could use the Bull nowadays.

A - she's a quick learner.

P - damn man, you should write my blog.

M - GI Joe says Knowing is Half the Battle, but I say Visiting Is Half the Battle. Commenting is the other half, but I am too lazy to do that most of the time.

❉ pixie ❉ said...

I guess I suck then.

Kristine said...

You need something to spice up your life. Skydiving? Wife swapping? Thrill killing? Then maybe I'll keep reading...

Laurie said...

I just can't get past picturing you as Kid.

Oh great One said...

Swam 6 miles and ran 18 and got back to work in under an hour! I bet you beat the Kenyans in the next marathon!

K said...

did you seriously swim 6 miles? wait, am I really that gullible?....a rgh! ;-)

That's great that kenslee is driving these days

Tim said...

P - nah, not even close

K - I've been sky diving, I watched that wife swap show once and I don't want to live with a woman with tattoos who lets her kids play rock and roll music or something crazy like that, and thrill killing is sooo last year.

L - had the dance down and everything

O - they'll probably all drop out in fear. If they read my blog.

k - yeah, she got her permit at 11 months but we felt she needed more time behind the wheel.