Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Turning Over the Blogging Leaf

I’ve been a bad blogger lately.  Things here at home and work have been busy for a while and I haven’t really had the inclination to really post anything.  I guess it was a sort of mini-hiatus from blogging.  Well…I’m hoping this is a new start.  :-)

Recently I turned 30 (gasp! – although for some of you…30 probably seems like a lifetime ago) and I’ve done a lot of thinking about things in general.  I have a hard time being outgoing towards people and my first inclination is to say no to any kind of invitation out.  I’m just a quiet person and while my husband thinks I am very social…most of the time it scares the heck out of me.

Over the past few months, I’ve found myself wanting to be around people even less.  I’m not sure exactly why (still working on that), but its been a case where the last thing I want to do in the evenings or on weekends is to socialize with people…even if they are good friends.  Family is a whole other issue.  I used to call my mother and talk to her several times a week.  Over the past few months, I’ve maybe talked to her once a week…sometimes not even that often.  It seems like all I want to do is really be alone and not be bothered by others.  Maybe its just a case of being overstressed at work (had to make a decision about staying at my current position, having my manager leave our group, and now having a new manager take over and having to figure out what my new technical leader will be like…when they finally announce it).  I’m not really sure, but I’m hoping that at least this blog can be a little bit of resurgence to being with people.

So at my attempt to blog a bit more and at least “talk” to people, I’m hoping to post something each day.  It may not necessarily be about quilting or anything that you readers would find interesting, but its what will be going on in my head at the time (that’s a scary proposition :-)  ).  We’ll just have to see how it goes.

1 comment:

YarnKettle said...

Go SaraH, I look forward to hearing your thoughts. I've been missing your blog too. D says it looks like you let R have it on the chin. Hope all is well. We will have to go to that local tea shop so we can have some girl talk, even if neither one of us is especially girly.