Sunday, May 21, 2006

To Blog, or Not to Blog

That is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of questioning friends,
Or to type on one's blog when one has little to say...

I guess I'll type. Why? I cannot say. Where? You cannot know. How I will get there? ...I haven't decided yet. But one thing I can tell you, any time I hear the wind blow, it will whisper the name...

...and this is what happens when I have nothing to say. I steal and twist words from other people. That's really sad, but I really, really can't think of anything to say. I need a topic. Suggestions, please? I know, please e-mail me or type in my comment box questions that you want to ask me, and I will try to answer them. It will be called "Ask Cardine." Ready? Go.

5 comments:

sarah said...

Random Ideas (taken from random pages in "The Word Book" on my parent's shelf):

Echoes, Jawbreaker, Zipper, Schoolroom, Clatter, Pantomime, Superabundance, Confucianism, Anticipation, Pucker, Wildlife, Clutch, Altitude, Future, Poignant, Sun, Butter, - any ideas yet? - Rhapsody, Gondola, Daydream, Inbetween, Ego, X, Mothball, Inclement, Hint, Overwhelming, Penultimate, Longevity, Idiom, Yen, Nosy, Knead, Janus, Nimbus, Quaker, Tennis, Un-American, Vanilla, Gnarled, Cheddar, Solo....

Okay, that's enough. I couldn't think of anything to "ask" but hopefully this will get you thinking.

booklogged said...

What is The Headless Cupid about? Did you like it? Would you recommend it?

I love sarah's suggestions. I've never heard of The Word Book, but I think I need it. It will be invaluable for journal writing prompts with my Sucess Skills students.

I've always wanted to write a post about my pet peeves. Do you have any?

banana said...

What is your review of the movie, "The Transporter"? Would you recommend it to me?

Are you planning to see the movie, "Di Vinci Code"?

Cash said...

I want to know your opinions on home design. By that, I mean I want you pontificate on many things. Do you hate stucco? What about siding? Do you think fake stone will be hideous in just a few short years? Do you think it's good that cheap materials have made it possible for families to buy larger houses for less money, even if it's not built to last? Or do you think modern technology makes it stupid to build houses to last just because we'll want to update and upgrade so much along the way we might as well raize the building and start again? Do you like modern styles? Do you think garages should be detached or attached? On the front, back, or at the side? Do you think home furnishing should be like Ikea -- slightly funky,slightly junky, but mostly affordable? Or should they, too, be built to last? Do you worry that buildings are built in a more disposable fashion and that's dangerous what with hurricanes damaging the Gulf Coast and big earthquakes forecasted in both Utah and California? Or do you not care? Do you think people build too big of houses? Do you think it's good for siblings to share rooms or do you think it's better for them to have privacy of their own room? How big is too big? There are so many questions here and because you've recently considered buying/building a house, I'll bet you've thought of these things. What are your opinions?

tearese said...

why is my baby crying? Have you really been considering a house? Why does my server connection keep going down? Will this even post before it goes down again?