As it turns out, all of our grand moving plans fell through once the snow started and the leasing office where I was supposed to pick up keys to our new cottage closed early before I could get there. So, we're stuck with a fully loaded UHaul truck back in Richmond, nowhere big enough to unload everything (and no desire to unload and re-load a truck), which means renting the truck for another two days since the leasing office won't open again until Monday. And of course, we're still apart. CURSES UPON CURSES.
I know this doesn't really constitute a formal blog post. Coming soon: thoughts of teaching tablet, eReader and smartphone classes to groups of older users, ESL library classes. I want to try to center this blog in one way or the other. Too often it ends up being more LiveJournal-y than topical, which is kind of why I moved *away* from my 11-year-old LJ in the first place.
Ultimately, it comes down to: do I want to do ~lifestyle~ stuff (which basically means life aka life + infertility stuff + occasional library stuff which people may or may not care about, keeping in mind I don't ACTUALLY think so highly of my life that I think it's that exciting or interesting of a read), JUST IF-related stuff (confining, for me, and kind of repetitive/boring/what would I do if I resolved that issue?), JUST library stuff (does the Internet need more of that?)...I feel like I don't have a schtick (aside from maybe "has a Corgi"). I'm not sure if I want one, although arguably having one = more specific readership traffic and focus = good. Don't get me wrong, this is not a "should I quit blogging?" existential crisis. I have boxes of paper journals and an 11-year-old LJ. Me + internet writing about *something* is here to stay. But about what, I'm not really sure. Adult life can be kind of boring. BUT, I'm also sometimes doing interesting stuff, or going through stuff that I feel needs more of an online presence.
What do you WANT, Internet? (I know I desperately need to remodel my front page, as it's dreadful, but that's a "When I have some $ to spare" project.)