Thursday, May 26, 2011

Now what?

So, I'm back. I miss my blog. I took a good 2 months off, which I just needed. I needed it a lot. I started to feel like my blog was a homework assignment, which pained me. I lost the will to try and be funny and witty and entertain people. When something feels like an obligation, it is no longer fun. So I took a little break, but now I'm back. BUT, the heavy lingering question remains... NOW WHAT?

Honestly. What do I write about now? As the video in the previous post states, I can't write about Roxanne or macaroni and cheese. I mean I just don't think anyone wants to read that.

So what do you want to read? What do you want to see on my blog? Here comes the time to comment. You can comment anonymously, so even if you want to post a comment saying "I DON'T WANT YOU TO WRITE ANYTHING EVER AGAIN," you can do that. It won't hurt my feelings, and if it does, I won't tell you. I look forward to hearing from everyone, and if I hear from no one... well then this blog will drastically transform to a slideshow of cats and cheese and picture's of me with PBR. Just saying.


On April 21, 2011, I presented at Ignite Boise 6. IB6 is an amazing free event in my community that brings together ALL different people who are there to share ideas. Basically, it is a variety of presenters who each have exactly 5 minutes and 20 slides to share WHATEVER they want, as long as they aren't selling something. They choose about 15 people to present... and against my will, I presented. You see, my cousin had presented about a year or two ago, and he suggested I submit my blog as a topic. HECK NO I thought. There is a reason I write, and don't video blog very often. I am not comfortable talking, I am not comfortably with people looking at me... I prefer to hide behind words. That is why you'll never see me as a TRUE fashion blogger. I will never be comfortable taking photos of myself and my outfits. Unless I've been drinking. And I can't drink every day. I just can't. So anyways, despite my fears, I climbed onstage at the Egyptian Theater in downtown Boise (one of the most amazing places in the world), and spoke to about 700ish people. Maybe more people, maybe less. Who knows. I pretended they weren't there.

Anyways, I blacked out during my presentation, but luckily they filmed it and put it on YouTube so you all can enjoy it now. 

If you liked this, please visit where you can view a lot of other presentations for your enjoyment.