I can't think of ANYTHING to blog about. If I was Buffy I would sing: 'Give me something to blog about...'
I need to be reminded of:
The million things or more
I should be blogging for:
All the joy life sends,
Family and friends,
All the twists and bends,
Knowing that it ends...
So I am handing it over to you. You pick the topic, and I'll blog about it. All requests seriously considered.
The best blog topic suggestion as judged by a panel of me and probably my huzzband will win a copy of Little Bird. Winner will be announced on the 23rd June, which gives you a week to think up blogalicious ideas.
Entry open to everyone, those who know me, those who don't, regular readers and people who came here looking for Fifties/Lizard/Car Crash Cake or Cher or "henson storyteller nudity" (ew ew ew - no, you can't enter) or "I like listening to heart beats" (aw, me too. You can enter.) or "turkish delights of apples, blueberries en seaweed" or "melbourne window shopping ha ha" or "sad littles" or "ssh -i" or "sorry my love I'm very busy."*
Sometimes google breaks my heart - the sad and lonely thoughts and questions people type in to their search boxes - searching is a lonely activity, it implies desperation. Searching, what are we searching for? Go try typing the beginning of a question in google and look at the suggestions that come up in the drop down box, there is something utterly plaintive and anguished about all the questions we're asking, and even sadder about the statements and demands we make: how will we die, how to kiss, give me a job, give me an answer, give me money, give me your eyes, find my family, find my past, find my dream girl, am I fat, am I pregnant, am I an alcoholic, am I in love, am I depressed, am I ever going to see your face again. Am I? Will we? Are you afraid of the dark? And there's nobody there to receive those curling question marks. It's love without hope, without object, unrequited searching...
What if we looked and there was nothing there?
Your search - glosobturt - did not match any documents.
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Keep asking. Don't give up. Ask another question. There are answers here somewhere.