Wednesday, May 24, 2006

blank thoughts

Oh my gosh...i can't believe it...i think i don't have anything to say...or, at least, i can't find words that match my thoughts.

weird. very weird.

today v. and i planted our flowers in pots so we can take them with us when we move. however, i think we have too many pots. but wait a minute...can a person have too many flowers??

i think i'll go outside now and stare at the sky.

7 comments:

gkgirl said...

i hate when my in-my-head words
won't translate to my fingers-on-the-
keyboard...

too many flowers? i wouldn't think.
heehee

Endment said...

wonderful-
Cd thinks we have too many flowers - just came back from the nursery, then we had to stop at a hardware store, more plants, my children gave me plants for mothers' day and all the little seedlings i planted weeks back are longing to be in the earth --- well --- guess i don't want to put it to a vote:=)

Mark said...

Have you gone potty?

erin said...

i don't know - i sort of like it when my mind is a blank, and i can't think of anything to write. it's a nice change from having all those words, words, words, running around in there all the time.

and no, you can never have too many flowers!

melba said...

Hi! I was catching up with you and realized you tagged me! Maria also tagged me so I did the tag already. which was not nearly as cool as your journal post!

It will be wonderful to be surrounded by flowers when you move. ...
I have much I could say on all your posts...
But I am suppose to be cleaning the desk that is STILL covered with a weeks worth of mail.
So I will say this...
thinking of you often and with much love...
XO,
Melba

Dana said...

Staring at the sky is good, very good.

HoBess said...

How wierd ... I've been feeling this way today and zipped over here before letting Mr. 5 take over my computer for his game time. Thanks so much for your very kind words on my blog. And thanks for the inspiration: I've been drawing the past two days, which I never did before reading about your blank journals. There's no such thing as too many flowers, pot 'em, pack 'em and ENJOY!