Days Off

If there’s one thing that I have learned about myself over the years, its that I am no good at sitting still. I always have to be doing something, or I just don’t feel right. Like today, I have the day off, and I cannot just simply relax. I feel the need to blog, clean my room, clean the car, (which is much needed since putting the Christmas tree in the back seat) and finish the back yard. Relaxation has never been easy for me, but I’m gonna try.



I blog. I know, this seems like an obvious fact. But truth is, I’ve been ding this since 2008. Back then, as I do now, I used WordPress. I’ve tried lots of other platforms, both paid and free, and I like WordPress best. I use Windows Live Writer on Windows XP Professional SP3 for actually writing posts. Creating dynamic content…not my specialty. I have many friends who post about gossip, theology, and many other subjects.

But I blog about me, what I like, and how I feel.

I hope it gives this site a more personal feel. Because in the end, I’m just a country kid with a few dreams.



Saturday. This is the first actual day off that I’ve had in a very long time. I usually have things to do, but today is my day of rest. I’ve had an incredible week, and I am so ready for a break. I finally finished the first book of the Hunger Games trilogy, which i can only describe as epic. I can definitely relate to the main character, Katnis, in how she thinks and views the world. I some times look at things in a too-literal way, and sometimes for get the human aspect of life. I have much work to do before Wednesday, and since I have to work until 4p that day, its going to make all of my church-related things a bit more difficult. I just need to plan ahead a bit more.

Fighting a cold, and winning.

Ready for what’s next.