Sorry I’ve been so MIA lately. Oh wait, first rule of blogging, don’t make every entry apologize for not blogging more.
But I have been quieter on the blog front – for a bunch of reasons, but partly for the holidays and the hibernation tendancies of winter.
Speaking of winter. One weekend morning during our first real snow of the season, I tested out a new kind of pancake.
It started as a promise to a rainbow loving friend to make these the next slumber party she hosts, but Random was a very eager guinea pig to try them out for me when I surprised him with them! We even discussed making them various fruit flavors, but blue would be the challenge (as blueberries turn pancakes purple…)
Photos from Santacon NJ/NYC 2009 are here – my fisheye film camera was the only one to go along for the ride this time.
I almost started a new 365 project for 2010. Then didn’t, when all I had a week into it was a shot after midnight on New Year’s Eve. Yes, I can start anytime, but probably won’t in January since I didn’t start on the first!
I have photos that need to be sorted/edited/posted to flickr (holidays and NYE), and I need to take photos more often (new lens and flash between birthday and Christmas!). Otherwise, we are planning the wedding, everyone else’s wedding that we are in and have to travel for, and fit all that into our PTO and budget – fun!
Oh yeah – PEX Heartburn, Feb. 13. Tickets on sale now and will sell out!!!
I want to get back to blogging more – not these nonsense silly stream of thought updates, but saying less with more, posting more photos. Some things happened that made me more private recently, (nothing serious, just minor reminders of how public the internet is) which make me draw back. But when I do post what I’m feeling/thinking about, I feel more of a connection to others who feel the same, and that’s what’s exciting about blogging. Right now, I just feel like it’s narcissitic and pointless at best 😛 Some of my biggest issues that I’d love to get out of my head don’t belong in a public space right now, so it’s probably for the best. But I promise never to leave for good.