I create a new blog and declare that I will update it every day with useless ramblings.
…And then I don’t post anything for 4 days.
I always advise people to not make promises that you can’t keep. I have literally yelled, “Stop making empty promises!!” more than once during my lifetime. So I am ashamed to admit that I have been hypocritical here. On the Internet. For everyone to see.
The good news is, according to my Site Stats, zero people have visited this blog in the last 4 days. So at least nobody was disappointed.
I am still trying to figure out what I want to do with my life. I’m not sure if I’ll ever know.
When I was in high school, I wanted to be a film director. Then I arbitrarily decided to be a psychiatrist instead. College convinced me that I didn’t want to do that either, so I became an investigator.
Now I’m trapped in your typical, 9-5, boring I-hate-my-life desk job. I’m thinking it’s time for a change. The problem is this: when you spend six years of your life focused on one career, you don’t build experience in anything else.
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a writer. I wrote all the time, when I wasn’t busy doing other things. Most of what I wrote was hilarious; a lot of it was just crazy. I’m kind of a crazy person. Most people don’t know about my craziness because I’m a relatively quiet person. I keep most of the craziness to myself. But that all changes now.
If I’m going to be famous, I figure I’m going to have to share my craziness with others. So I started a humor blog, Funny or Crazy?.
Since a lot of what I write isn’t explicitly funny, I have started this blog. This blog will probably be more like your average, “guess what I did today?” rambling, over-sharing blog. I have so many observations of the world, maybe somebody will want to read them.