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Over thinking and Rabbit trailing

So I have always wanted to be a blogger, you know the glamorous life of the elite, the name in lights, notoriety, the fame, the fortune, all this and more that comes with being a blogger..... or was that being Charlie Sheen?? Winning!!!
I never can remember, but until then I will attempt to make this happen, you see my problem isn't that I don't have really interesting and engaging things happening all around me, or that my life is such a wreck that I can't seem to find the front door. Really what it boils down to is that I just don't think to type it all down, you know so that the huddled masses can linger and awe over the revelry of my life. Plus I just think I "over-think" it a little to much. Now not in the same way that my wife does, see she will think and think about a situation and may end up worrying about it (but only a little... love you hunny) but then when she does whatever it is she has thought about it turns out spectacular (check out her blog and you will see what I mean http://thrillofthechases.blogspot.com/ ).... me, well I just over think things and then it just seems to get lost in the abyss of my mind.... what was I saying??? oh ya, back on track, I think that may be another problem, I rabbit trail more than Peter cottontail. It ridiculous really. Maybe its a good thing I am typing this stuff down that way I can look back and get myself on track.

Its like when I speak somewhere (rabbit trailing as we speak) I rarely use notes, for the most part I will think and pray about what I am going to share and then I will just get up and deliver, now in my mind it normally comes off pretty well. There are the few occasions that I listen to myself afterward if someone taped it and think.... "Where was I going??" And other times that I have listened to myself and gone "wow that was really good"

So now that I am going to work a little harder on FOCUS and try this blogging thing again, since I have had this blog for like 2 years or more.. and rarely use it.

(in my best super hero voice) I will use this space for GOOD, not evil. For lifting up not tearing down, and hopefully one day when I am gone, they will look back on my life and say...... where was I again... oh well.... till next time. 

here comes randy cottontail... hopping down the bunny trail.......


Check out my other blog, http://365tea.blogspot.com/ (its a blog about tea, I have posted a bit more on it)

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