Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Best I'm Stumped, What Should I Do?

I find myself out of ideas as to what I should post about. The natural thing would be for me to write about the 4th of July, but I barely took any pictures, and while I had a good time doing a little of this and a little of that here and there, it wouldn't make for very exciting posting (and please refrain from telling me that you don't find my usual posting to be very exciting anyway.) So I'm looking for suggestions as to potential content, either email me your notions or post them in the comments. I enjoyed writing my Steel Magnolias "review" that I think many of you enjoyed reading, so suggestions along the lines of "Tell us about the time you . . ." would be the most welcome.

Oh yeah, on the 4th of July, I saw the turkey that lives in Battery Park and I also saw Sarah Vowell down there. She's as short as I had expected, but skinnier than I had imagined.

And tonight I think I'm going to see Star Wars again. Because it's been a while.


Anonymous said...

tell me about the time you ate popcorn out of a giant garbage bag.

Anonymous said...

tell abou the time you stepped in dog poop and then what you did with your new balances when you got home.

Anonymous said...

I feel you could really tell me about your worst pooping experience and possibly if you had pictures that would be great. Or you could just talk about the thing you most desire to buy right at this very moment. Or, you could go outside nude and make a blog happen!

Brig said...

All anyone cares about these days is poop.

But I suppose the story about me stepping in it and what I did with my New Balanaces is almost worth telling.

My worst experience? It's too bad that I have worst experiences that I could write about. But really shouldn't.

What do I most want to buy? A suit, a watch, some 16 sur 20 shirts, a record player, records, a stereo, CDs, a new iPod, a new computer, a new camera, more ties, more pants, airplane tickets, concert tickets, books, an apartment, paintings, posters, shelves, presents, movie tickets, pens . . . the usual.

I'm keeping my clothes on.