24 January 2011

Into the Wild Blue-ish Yonder

This is my first blog, and therefore, I really have no idea what I'm doing. But this wouldn't be the first time that's been true, so here we go. This is the year I've decided to get serious about my writing career. As serious as one can be when so many lives depend upon me. But let's be honest-they're only getting one seventh of my attention anyway. And I'm not even including the dog. So, if I steal a little bit of time away from each one, I doubt they'll even notice. Except for Boy Five. He notices everything, and I am a constant source of disappointment. I may post a sidebar entitled "How I Failed Five" to keep track of all the ways I've let him down. If I knew how to create a sidebar.

But I don't want this blog to be about everything I do wrong. Who has the space for that-physically or psychically? Instead, let's focus on what we're doing well-or fairly well, if that's all we can muster. Today, I created a blog! What did you do?

10 comments:

  1. I am so excited to be your first follower!
    You are equally amazing and funny! Reading your blog will be as much fun for me as reading your book in progress.

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  2. Thanks, Erin! I hope to have more for you to read soon!

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  3. Hi Megan! I'm so excited about this blog. You've already gotten a lot accomplished today. I've mediated an incredibly silly internet battle and written at least a thousand words of explanations and recriminations.

    Can't wait to read your thoughts in the future. Congratulations!!!

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  4. Sorry I'm late. I had to create a google account. I would love know how many accounts I have now. Yay Megan!! This is insane! (in a good way) You have been on fire lately. I am looking forward to keeping up with my favorite Denville household.

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  5. LOVE IT! I have saved you to my favorites bar so I do not miss a stroke of your keyboard. You are an inspiration. Thank you. xo

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  6. Thank you all for joining! Janet, that's approximately 983 more words than I wrote in the book today. Our respective jobs will soon seem eerily alike, as you begin the nearly impossible task of mediating what a bunch of guys say to, and about, eachother. Feel free to come by and share.

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  7. Awesome, Megan! I think we've found a way we can keep up with each other regardless of our schedules-- really! Speaking of that book, it's been a long time since I've seen any of it. Can I get it for my ipod yet? [my latest obsession]. And I look forward to the stories of Five-- love him! hugs!

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  8. I know that June reads it on her Kindle, but I think that's just because she can send it via email. I don't remember what chapter I last sent you-let me know!

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  9. Well I only have two to fail, but somehow I manage to do that rather spectacularly on a daily basis. Can't wait to read more! I consider blogging to be free therapy so really, you're just doing your part for the family budget. :)
    http://www.theadventuresofsweetgirlandlittleman.blogspot.com

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  10. Sarah: thanks for joining us! And thank you for posting your blog roll-I linked away and found some good reading for a time when the children aren't pestering me (ha ha ha ha!).

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