Dear Mullin Ponder Blog,
Okay. This looks bad.
The last blog on Mullin Ponder was posted more than a year ago. This is what happens when you do too much of a Good Thing – like mulling and pondering – for a year.
I still remain a huge fan of The Art of Mull and Ponder – or TAMP (I am also a big fan of abbreviations). However, I obviously have a lot to learn about this wonderful art form. The following list is an example of what happens to your world when A Good Thing Becomes Bad – or – AGTBB. So without further ado and in no particular order – Tada!…..
- No blogging for a year which leads to
- letting down your faithful followers (yeah, right)
- Undone laundry will make your home look like a hoarder’s paradise. (no offense to anyone who suffers from this dreadful malady) This leads to
- worrying that you might be A Hoarder.
- Undone laundry will motivate your DS (Dear Spouse) to purchase a gazillion pairs of socks and underwear and T-shirts and dress shirts. Total count of dress shirts in our home at present is 34. That’s right. THIRTY FOUR.
- No food – unless you have a DS who likes to eat and will grocery shop and buy Very Bad Things such as loads of meat in bulk sizes (because it was on sale – cuh!) a ton of TP (emm – that would be toilet paper), unending supply of beer and wine (the wine is for me so this should be on a separate list of Not TOO Bad’s) very expensive extra large brown eggs (why?), a very particular kind of Thick Bacon Slices, No vegetables (except for corn) no fruit (except for a huge tomato and a whole bunch of bananas. And I def do not bake so, again – why?)
- Sleeping upon sleeping
- hibernation – which can lead to
- weeping upon weeping and thoughts and feelings of
- Not Good Enough
- Guilt and good old shame
- hiding in your bedroom when the doorbell rings because you are too embarrassed to let anyone see your messy house
- buying loads of pajamas (again – this should probably be filed under Not TOO Bad’s – or NTBs)
- feeling like a large Idaho potato
- watching episodes of “My 600 Pound Life” (oh my goodness – poor souls) hoping this will motivate you to move your bloomin’ ar*&$%^!! Words of wisdom from Eliza Doolittle which should not be scoffed at. (oh, good word – SCOFFED)
Right. I don’t know about you but I am now exhausted as a result of being out of practice re this blogging thingy. So here are some pictures which I hope will make your life complete.