Phoning It In.

Phoning It In.

I’m really tired. And I honestly can’t think of something to write. I know what tomorrow’s post will be. I have an idea of what’s coming up later in the week. But today? I’m stumped.

Also, it’s Monday. This is my busiest day and today was extra busy. I had to go to the bank today and what should have been a 10 minute errand took 30. I think I was the only person in the bank under 107 years of age. I know what you’re thinking. You’re wondering why I’m even going into a bank in the first place. Doesn’t everyone do everything online these days? Apparently everyone does except me. And all the 107+ year olds within a 15 mile radius of my house.

What else… what else…

Yeah, I have nothing. Don’t hate me. I’ll have a real post tomorrow. But it’s Monday, and you didn’t really feel like reading another blog post tonight anyway, did you?

This is Day 4 of NaBloPoMo. This counts. It’s a post so it counts.  It’s not a good post, but there are no rules about quality.

16 Responses to “Phoning It In.”

  1. Gina says:

    I’m definitely employing this technique via my actual phone next weekend from a college campus. It counts!

  2. Stacie says:

    This is totally ok, really. Blogging every day for those of us that are a couple times per week is HARD! You’re good!

    • michellelongo says:

      This is why I did planning this year. I didn’t write in advance, but I made notes and I have things for certain days so that at least I could start thinking about the posts and not ramble. It helps when I have a plan.

  3. elinwaldal says:

    Yes this counts, in fact I think it’s worth gold because you did what was right for you!

    • michellelongo says:

      Thanks! Doing what’s right for me is not usually the choice I make, so I appreciate that. Thanks for stopping by!

  4. This absolutely counts. Writing every day for a month is hard. Really hard.

    • michellelongo says:

      It sure is! Especially for someone like me who is used to planning to write and then finding every excuse in the universe not to!

  5. Cheri says:

    I feel your pain!

  6. Showing up counts and you did just that.

  7. Jake says:

    I, for one, actually love posts like these. I like them short, and to the point, and even when they’re not about a specific topic – I still find them interesting :)

    • michellelongo says:

      I think it’s hard to sustain a longer post, especially when we’re doing NaBlo. There’s so much to read and comment on, no one wants to hear me prattle on for 1000 words! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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