There are a few things I try to avoid on my blog. I try to avoid posting jokes or forwards I find. I try to avoid just posting whatever I ate or saw today. I also try to avoid just doing a post for the sake of a post that just tells you I have nothing whatsoever to post about. I can’t always be perfect, I have no inspiration right now, it’s all going to taking pictures so I’m lacking in the writing department.
I could just wish someone a happy birthday but since I never really mention birthdays on my blog other than my own and Manly Man’s I don’t see why I should start now. So I won’t, just to be fair.
I could tell you more of my pet peeves but they grow by the house lately, I can’t keep up with them. I also am starting a list of conspiracy theories but those get complicated so it may take me a while to put that together.
I also could bitch about the Duggars family since I watched a couple episodes yesterday but what is there to say that hasn’t already been said? 18 kids is just insanity or maybe just a cult. Am I the only one who waits for one of those kids to break loose and run away to New York to become a stripper? Have you heard anything crazier than kids having to have a chaperone to go on a date and not kissing (yes I said kissing) until they say their vows?
I could complain about the economy but quite honestly I don’t want to think about it, if there is nothing I can do about it then I want to stay blissfully unaware.
I could talk about Big Love and how I have a new respect for Nicki because she’s decided on her own not to have anymore children, despite the fact she is kind of required to for her faith and that she’s secretly taking birth control pills. Did anyone else notice the look on Barb’s face when she got the call about the tests and suddenly realized she was going to be ok but had now signed on for a fourth wife. Ooops :omg:
[tags]big love, television, religion[/tags]
I Could But I Won’t was posted on January 26, 2009 at 10:03 am in I'm Just Sayin and tagged as big love, religion, television. It was last modified on January 26, 2009 at 10:03 am. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response or trackback from your site.