Thursday, February 11, 2010

Meandering (2)

The two only because I've post titled Meandering and oddly enough it started out being about Pete, too.

Pete is going to be 4 in a few weeks. I was looking through my photo files and 1. there are a lot of photos of Pete, Buttah, and Diamond. 2. there are a lot of photos of Dani and to a lesser degree, Michael, unless it is them together. 3. I wondered if somewhere along the blog way I mis-stated Pete's age. Per the photo labels, tags, it looks like I made him three in 2008. But no, I checked the posts and each correctly reports his age, two and then three, respectively. In a few weeks he'll be four. We'll talk more about him, then.

For now, I'm struck. I have to write a short bio for something I'll talk more about later. Whenever faced (which isn't all that often, but still . . .) when such a request I'm always struck, well, stuck by what and / or perhaps more importantly, what not to say. Or perhaps even more, how to say whatever this is to say.

I have been meandering around this assignment much of the day, stuck in neutral.

Ideas?

6 comments:

  1. I like to write ridiculous things for little "assignments" like that.

    i.e. NCP lives in North Carolina with her husband and dog and to this day is still wondering when she'll get her flying Jetsons car.

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  4. I hate writing bios. I always feel like I have to be funny. The weird thing is that a blog is sort of a constant bio...but when forced to describe myself in a nutshell, I am at a loss.

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  5. My bio for the show I currently have a piece in..."I'd rather be knitting."

    --Middle Girl is a total foxy babe. More can be found out about her at www.blahx3...

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