Sunday, July 17, 2011

Veering Off Blogger Road

Typically, I would post a recipe, but I've noticed that in doing so, lately, the voice in my head is unappeased
I haven't been sharing me.  Too, I haven't been cooking a lot with summer school consuming much of my time so the cooking has been scarce...groceries, too, for that matter.  Why, at this very moment I should be off at the store, but I don't want to do it.  I don't wanna.  I don't wanna.  This is what the temperamental voice in my head says.

I've been reading through past blog posts this morning and I like the things that I had to say...lately, not so much.  I wonder, "What happened to that voice?"  Lately, it has been wham-bam posts so I apologize.  I will try not to "recipe drop" (you know, share a recipe with little to no commentary) much in the future.

That being said, let's play a game of getting to know your blogger.  Here are a few things you may not know about me:

I'm going to school to be a teacher.  I curse like a sailor, but I'm getting a grip on it.  My Dad is President of the local Bandidos' motorcycle support chapter, Rebeldes.  Most people who see me would never associate the two of us.

That's him on the right.
 I have two daughters.  I love to cook; it connects me with my Grandma who passed away when I was thirteen and it's the one thing I think I'm good at.  I love to write, but I'm a closet writer.  I live in a 70's ranch style home; it's alright, but I want to renovate a truly old home.  I love Louisiana, maybe that's my roots calling me back.  I think my granddaddy looks like Willie Nelson minus the long hair.  My mom and I are a lot alike.  I'm anal about keeping order in my home.  My sister and I don't get along.  I'm an angry driver.  I don't go to church often, but I pray all of the time.  Learning to play guitar, traveling the world, and learning to sew are on my bucket list.  I'm obsessed with True Blood.  Also, I think I'm an old soul

There it is.  Well, there's some of it. 

Tell me about yourself, followers.  I'd like to know even if it's just one little thing.

p.s. The art image shown at the beginning of this post was done by the same lady who created Kewpie dolls.  Interesting.


Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I'm an old soul too. A biggie on my bucket list is I want to write the lyrics to a Christmas song and have it recorded! I love country music. My sons come home for dinner on Sunday:@)

A Kitchen Witch said...

A Christmas song! That's a toughie so I wish you luck with it. Many people think that's something that would be easy to pull off, but as you probably well know, it's not being that it has to encompass such a BIG concept.

Anonymous said...

I just found you for the first time,, looks like a good post to get to know you,, very ineteresting,,I'm a 55 year mum, and grandma that paints, which has become a challenge because due to a brain injury I;, going blind,, thats about it for me,, I like your s much better,, my bucket list is getting shorter all the time,, starting my blog was on it,, now thats ticked off,,

black eyed susans kitchen said...

From all that you wrote here, I agree that you are probably an old soul. You are also very interesting and I will come back and read more of what you write.

Stephen said...

Some in my family say I'm an enigma wrapped in a mystery. My wife claims I scare people which I don't understand, yes I'm a large man, not fat mind you, no gut, just big and I carry a gun. Yet I think of myself a big 'ole Teddy Bear. I've quit cussing for the granddaughter. At six she says it's 'low class.'
And as you know, I love to cook. Perhaps I'm one of the only men to follow your blog, which should say loads about me. You an old soul? I think you're just a romantic.