Rainy Day Blues…

Sitting here hurting like there’s no tomorrow, makes me want to take a nap.  Unfortunately, that throws off this whole “schedule” thing we call life.  Have you known a person with severe RA with complications?  I do, and it sucks. (Yeah, I know the whole grammar check just went out the window.  This is plain old me, guess it’ll have to deal.)

Today, has brought up a multitude of topics. I have them written down everywhere. I have them floating in my head.  Does anyone else get covered in ideas for writing?  What do you do with them all?  You can’t possibly write them all in one blog.  How do you set them up on your blog as pages with sub-pages or as blogs with categories? Do you create separate blogs under different names? How do you keep up with that? Not that I don’t think that’s a bad idea, but I want all my facets shown, not individually under different names, but by me, in my perspective.

Has anyone else sat here, feeling like their 3 year old grandson could figure this out from his preschool lessons he learned this week?  If I can’t figure out how to do a blog and find it confusing, how am I supposed to convey to everyone all of the amazing, crazy, disappointing, disheartening, joyous lives and people and Jane or John Does’ that have crossed my path and how you might be able to find them or learn from them as well?

Suggestions appreciated.  Thanks for a place to rant.  Now to continue with my kitchen floor and make a rum and coke for my weary Husband who has also had a long rainy day.



About janedoe68

I am anyone, everyone, and no one. I have lived many lives, under many different names. I could be your best friend, your sister, a neighbor, your boss, your daughter, your mother, an enemy, a confidant, even your grandmother. Yes, I have lived and I have been all of these things at one point in time to someone. I am a multi-faceted woman. I write anonymously, to be heard not for who I am, but for what I have to say.
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