I wasn't sure how to start off, so I am just going to begin. Some updates are in order. I have been working on switching over my blog to a new platform, one less dependent on computer code and more automated. This will make my blogging process more bearable. I am trying to get back into the habit of writing. My blog has gone through many stages and I am beginning to come into a stage that is a blend of all of its past forms. I am usually so severely reserved that I find it difficult to open up, but once I do, I can be pretty transparent. I will find my middle ground.
On another note, I love playing Scrabble with friends. We played a game recently and I like to take a picture of the board after playing to capture the creative process involving all of our minds. This is one of my favorite games to play and I will be collecting a series of shots that forever hold the memories of our Scrabble expeditions. I must apologize for the randomness of this post, I am just free-writing at the moment. I'll have to do this every now and again in order to get the energy flowing in my brain the right way. It can get stopped up like a drain. There is so much on my mind, so many projects I want to immerse myself in, so many chores to manage, and so many diapers to change. I have come to realize I thrive in just the right amount of chaos. There is a certain percentage of mayhem that is perfect for me to be productive, creative and just a bit crazy. I will say the ideal chaos percentage for me is about....67%. Enough chaos to light a fire under me, but not too much so that I have a mental breakdown. Mental breakdowns are no good.
This was nice, writing. I know I can do with with ease if I am chatting with one of my friends or family members, but I tend to cease up sometimes, not knowing how much is too much to share. As I've said before, I am reserved. I am shy, but also very expressive. I guess now I need to calculate my communication percentage. What is too little, and what is too much. I'll get back to that question soon enough. Until then...