Monday, June 15, 2009

Can't seem to write these days.
I keep starting and not finishing.

But oh yeah, pictures.


Rachel Clear said...

Ah! She is pretty much just too cute to handle.

And I also love all of the rest of my family in those pix. :)

Anonymous said...

Love the pictures! We are missing you bucketfulls here too. Isn't it funny how much more you want to be around people you love when you have children? You want them to know those people :) I can't wait until our children can play together for the first time. Oh the pictures we will take...

Anonymous said...

It always nice to see pictures of your family!
I, myself have thought of blog writing...but I already spend way too much time on the PC...this according to my kids!
So I will be a blog reader & occasionally look over my kids shoulders to see what people are writing on facebook too.
Thanks for sharing!
Nancy Simmons

tamie said...

Why can't you write?

Z. is a unique one. There's just no getting around it.

lori lls said...

Thanks for reading and seeing, my friends.

Well, Tamie, one reason I haven't been able to write is that I get side-tracked at YOUR blog or a handful of others that are too spectacular. What could I possibly write in light of them? I must simply think, and do non-complicated tasks the better during which to think! I have started six or seven entries but am unable to finish because they're too trite, too silly, too vulnerable, too guarded. I have been a mite off kilter emotionally for a few weeks, you see, so expression of virtually any sort to a mass audience (well, a mass audience of 7 or 8 people at least, but they're from such divergent spots in my heart) is unappealing.

So, yeah.

But I'm going to make up for it right now.

Tamie said...

Believe me, I understand. I remember a couple weeks after my Grandma died, I wanted to destroy my entire blog, because I didn't want to be vulnerable, at all, to anyone, perhaps not ever again. I don't know if you've ever witnessed how every once in a while I do kind of take down my blog--ie., I make it password protected and don't give *anyone* the password. But then that just freaks everyone out and people e-mail me and there is a general kafuffle created.

All of which to say: hang in there, my friend. I have never yet found any blog post you wrote too silly, too trivial, too vulnerable, etc.

I love you.