No more tattoos, I promise
Besides, this is a different kind of boredom. It's more restless. I want to do something.
I need a challenge. And it has to be fun. 'Cause you know I don't do anything if it's not fun.
I need a change. Something I can experience, blog about it and take you along with me.
For instance, one of my blogging buddies decided to 'live in the year 1955'. She took a few days to research and then cut everything out of her life that was not in existence in that year, with the exception of the computer, of course. Her style of dress, cooking, shopping and lifestyle for the past 10 months has modeled that of a 1950's housewife. She uses no modern conveniences that did not exist at that time.
I don't want to do anything that drastic. Not that it doesn't sound like fun, but number 1, I don't want to be a copycat, and number 2, if my family had a choice between me and the DVD I'm afraid I'd be tossed away like yesterday's news. And watching NFL in black and white? Are you kidding? Yeah, back to the past is just not an option for me.
Life is a gift. Every moment is meant to be savored. Yet, I find myself driven by convenience, sacrificing simplicity and quality in order to save something I just don't have a lot of. Time.
The blogs I love the most are the ones where the writer is living simply, or better yet, simply living...
So, put on your thinking cap. All ideas with be seriously considered.
Unless it's really stupid.
i.e. I will not go to astronaut camp, culinary school or France.