the opposite problem

I've often wondered, what can I blog about? Since I've gone MIA, I've got the opposite problem. There are so many things that have happened over the past 3 weeks, I want to blog about them all! However that requires time to sort through that which is swirling around in my head, long enough to put it into words. It's enough to make a person dizzy! Doubtful I'll ever catch up with everything quickly becoming old news. I like to reflect, before the passion diminishes. Hoping to make time soon, to at least share two of the not so recent highlights - Midwest Horse Fair and our first Trail Ride of the year. If this ever happens to you, do you just skip it, or save the more important topics for a rainy day?


allhorsestuff said...

Hi You!
Your sentiments truly were taken into my heart nicely. I appreciate that kindness and it touched me deep. XO

Well, to answer your question...in times of sorrow..I fall back and go missing...in times of happy tidings I love to share, and am far too- too wordy.
Sure does take alot of time for me to share more though...still having an antiquated machine and all. I

I sure hope you can find some time and share... just sum of all the best parts- we'll really enjoy hearing it ALL!

Looking forward to it!!

Dreaming said...

I think coming up with posts is a lot like my weekends. Some weekends I have nothing planned. Other weekends, I end up with 5 or 6 things scheduled.
When I have a slow day, and I'm inspired to write, I may write several potential blog posts. Some of those actually get published.. many don't make it and become 'old news' not worthy of printing.

fernvalley01 said...

Sometimes I write a bit down and save the post for later, other times i seem to miss it altogether. Sounds great that you have so much wonderful stuff going on you don't know where to start

aurora said...

You guys are so insightful, love the inspiration!

Kacy, I meant every word and am thinking of you & yours. Dreaming & Fern, it's a good problem to have. Maybe I just need to jot down whatever I have time for, and go from there.

Sallie (FullTime-Life.com said...

I think you should share them later when you have time. It's all new to your readers. When I have time I try to do a few posts that are "timeless" so I can put them in during busy or travel or nothins' happenin' or 'brain-dead' times. It doesn't always work though and sometimes I go MIA too! (And after all blogging is supposed to be a hobby not a job!)