19 March 2007

I'd rather just be lazy than uninspired...

But sadly, that's not the case.

I haven’t posted anything since Thursday. Which really, is only 2.5 work days (I don’t blog on the weekend, if you haven’t noticed). So, really, its borderline ridiculous that more than a few people are wondering why I don’t have a new post up Monday morning.

Usually I don’t even have to think about what to write. Something just happens and I know immediately that I’ll have something to say about it.

This week, I’ve been feeling a little uninspired. And for the first time in months, I have a week to look forward to with no plans locked in as of Monday. Personally, that's one of the best feelings I can have.

For now, I plan on catching up on reading (currently reading “Choke” by Chuck Palahniuk, a few New Yorker articles from the past month that I’ve paperclip-marked and have just been sitting on my desk at work waiting for me, and the new issue of Elle with Rachel McAdams on the front—I love her pink hair), catching up on Netflix (I just returned “Hollywoodland.” It wasn’t very good. It’s a very sub-par “L.A. Confidential.” Now I’ve got “Thumbsucker” and “All The King’s Men” on the way), working on my sewing project (a red sundress), maybe cook that Tilapia Picatta I’ve had bookmarked in my Cooking Light for about 3 weeks.

So I guess if I find anything inspiring in any of that, you’ll hear about it. Otherwise, maybe you, my friends, my drunken muses, should work on providing me with good stories to tell.


Rachel said...

whatever leslie, word on the street is that you are a blogging MACHINE..I knew you'd think of something to say ;)

Anonymous said...

Thumbsucker does not disappoint!

Charlotte! said...

Sonogram this week!

joe said...

i liked thumbsucker too, lots of people didn't though