Blogging is like Flossing

It has been a really really long time since I last posted an entry here.  Not because I haven’t had anything to share as a lot has happened here in the last several weeks. At first I was just busy with school wrap up and gardening and all kinds of other projects, and then honestly I just fell out of the habit and it seemed so overwhelming to get back into it. It’s like flossing. You know you should do it but if you are not in the habit of flossing everyday it is easy to put it off for later when you feel more like it.  Once you are in the habit of flossing everyday you realize how easy it is you can’t imagine going to bed without doing it. My record for flossing every single day is 9 months, then we ran out of floss and just like that I was out of the habit it about 3 days.  It’s possible that you don’t really care what my flossing habits are. My record for blogging every day is 7 days and that was when I was doing my “week in the life” project. I never intended to blog everyday, but at least once a week is a realistic goal.

I do intend to few a few “catch up” posts in the next couple of weeks. We ended the school year really well and the summer is off to a great start. Lots of swimming, cooking out, gardening, ice cream eating, running, bike riding, and general fun and relaxing.  How is your summer shaping up?



One response to “Blogging is like Flossing

  1. At least when you don’t blog for a while, you don’t have a nice Jewish man shine a bright light in your face and say sadly “What did I tell you? Floss once in the mornink, once in the evenink. Now your gums, they’re receding more than ever, ach.”

    I always feel so GUILTY.

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