I used to live to blog. Every single thing I did was so I could write a post about it. I guess that was somewhat okay because I was battling depression and it gave me something to value and look forward to. It’s like I felt that something only mattered if there was proof it happened.
Things have changed a little.
I’m living life. I’m doing spontaneous things and not worrying about when I’ll have the time to write about them. I’m enjoying this beautiful life and all the experiences I’m having.
This is coming atcha a few days late but it’s the first time I’ve had the time to sit down and sort pictures and write. (Actually, I could have done it earlier but sleep sounded better:)
With all that said… here are a tonna pictures from Saturday – the first day of what will be many summer days spent with wonderful friends in the great outdoors.
It’s the third year I’m writing about the annual Geocaching event (past years here and here) and I can’t get over how cool it is that I’ve blogged about each time. That’s the reason I still will write about things like this – I think it will be so neat to go back in years and see what I was doing. I guess it’s my own personal Facebook. 😉
Again… I know posts are getting less and less frequent. I’m not in any way considering quitting the blog. But I’m just so busy living life and cutting back on technology. If that means eating brownies from the pan and ice cream from the carton at 1 o’clock in the morning because you are starving and just got home… I’m okay with that.
Love you all.