Tuesday, October 5, 2010


I think a blog should have a point, don't you? The fact of the matter is that my blog seems to have no point. In other words, who really cares what I made for supper or what I saw on my walk? Or how 'bout what I've knitted? THAT should be interesting reading. Whoo whoo! And those things pretty much sum up my days. Wait.....how about what I'm gathering in my garden??? That's a real turn on, isn't it??? Ahhh, come on. Don't you want to know??

I gotta think about this. It seems important to me that I write a blog that has meaning, imparts knowledge and wisdom. If I can't think of anything to write in those veins, does it mean that my life....has.....no......point? No wisdom? Egads. Mustn't go in that direction. No sir. Stay away from that.

Chop wood, carry water. Life's purpose. I mean, those little things that we do - and that so many of us, me included, have blogged on and on about with photos - really are the events of a lifetime. Somehow, all those short days of doing what we must do make up our lives. And somehow along the way we become wise to this. It's always been good enough for me. I dig knitting and garden produce. I just don't want to blog about it anymore.

Well, I'll think of something to write. What do you think? What's your life's purpose?


  1. I don't think it has to have a purpose. Unless you are trying to make money off of your blog and attract a ton of readers, write what you want. Just my opinion. :)

  2. Hi Suzan! I found your 'other' blog at tiny happy's blog and I read some of your entries and found my way to your 'new' blog. I think reading about your 'everyday life' is quite interesting. What I see, when I read between the lines is a very lovely soul. Keep doing what you are doing...you are good at it!

  3. Um *cough* I care what you made for supper. Sorry to be so weird, but hearing about your fresh garden cooking was a little like porn to me. Multiple food allergies, chillies among them--what can I say?

    Happily rediscovering your blog,