8/30/2006

Cobwebs In My Mind

Filed under: — Kate @ 2:44 am EST

I fear I’ve left this blog alone so long that it’s starting to grow mold.

Have no fear, I’m still alive and I have no intentions of abandonment. I’m just running on fumes right now. And I’m so busy.

Work is really killing me, to the point where I don’t even check the blog during the day. And when I get home at night, the last thing I want to do is sit in front of my computer.

Truth be told, I might have made the time to sit down and write something if I, in fact, had something about which to write. But even though I’ve done many things lately, I find myself with nothing interesting to say.

Trust that I will answer all of the questions and resume my regular posting just as soon as I get my groove back.

18 Responses to “Cobwebs In My Mind”

  1. amber Says:

    I have several bad habits, the most disgusting of which is my hatred of dish-washing. Many times I have finally worked up the nerve to attack the pile in that corner of the kitchen (because it my sink is never big enough to contain my laziness) and I see things growing up and out. When I saw the above picture this morning, I had a flashback to the last time I waged war on the things growing in my sink. *shiver*

  2. Stan Says:

    If you do the dishes every night, it takes 5 minutes and you’re done. And your sink is always clean. No penicillin-riden pots to speak of. Seriously, it sounds retarded, but I did it every day while my wife was on bed rest. Now I cook and she does the dishes. Getting the big pile clean is the hard part. Keeping them clean is the easy part. Or you could just not eat. Your choice.

  3. Kate Says:

    Or you could just not eat.

    Or you could just get takeout every night…

  4. amber Says:

    Yes, yes, I know that dealing with the dishes right away makes sense, and I’ve tried, but I always slip back into the habit of piling up. I love doing laundry though, and I cook well, so at least I have something to trade off in household chores once Mr. Man moves in….

  5. Stan Says:

    Yeah, laundry is the chore that I let pile up, so I guess we’re like polar opposites. :]

  6. amber Says:

    Hey Stan, I’ll come over and do your laundry if you come over and wash my dishes. Deal?

  7. Stan Says:

    Nah, I got married and that fixed the problem. I appreciate the offer though. FYI, I heard about a tablet that you drop into your sink full of water and dirty dishes and let it sit, and they wash themselves. It’s like a culinary bath house. You should check it out.

  8. DaveT Says:

    *pokes kate with a stick*

  9. Edo Says:

    Poor Kate has been snowed under a million obligations. Pity, not poke, her! I am confident of her return to active status in the near future.
    In the meantime, please hum to yourself the tune of a favorite song - as performed by a smooth jazz live ensemble, or Yanni, whichever you find the most detestable.
    Which reminds me - avoid Wednesday nights at Zanzibar Blue, lest you want to hear a jazz rendition of Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise”

  10. Stan Says:

    When a problem comes along…

  11. DaveT Says:

    didn’t mean any harm. just making sure she doesn’t fall off the blog-o-sphere like kamin….

  12. Kamin Says:

    Hey shutup clown.

  13. Kamin Says:

    Ha ha!! JK

  14. Kamin Says:

    Uh-oh. I fear that Kate’s blog might have met the same sad fate all 4 of mine! Ha ha! It was nice knowing you, Ego.

  15. Stan Says:

    I with you on that one.

  16. Kate Says:

    Don’t count me out just yet, guys…

  17. Drama Queen Says:

    I have a funny and thoughtful Phillies blog that I think you will enjoy. Come check it out at http://pabaseball.blogspot.com

    Hope to see you there, and keep spreading the Philly love!

    Hope you get your groove back soon.

  18. Stan Says:

    OK, Kate is officially dea. She actually let spam through.