Thursday, 14 July 2011

30 lost blogs

What was I saying? Oh yes... no... it's gone!
So often I start a sentence and lose track of what I was saying within a few words. So much brilliance lost in the ether. Or rather in the scrambled eggs.

Sometimes I jot down thoughts which could become blog posts. Occasionally these are just titles. I don't always remember the thought process that was going to become the post connected with the title.

Here, in no particular order, is a list of some of the titles that may or may not become blog posts:
1.       I have searched all of yesterday's pockets (via @themanwhofell on Twitter)

2.       I spelt badly. Because I am a dyslexic insomniac (via @danielmaier on Twitter)

3.       Where's the Cheese?

4.       Without a Paddle

5.       So now you know

6.       Altered sensations

7.       Where to start?

8.       Is that a rhetorical question?

9.       It's not a rehearsal

10.   That's enough of that

11.   Rock bottom

12.   What a wit. What a half-wit

13.   Climbing up

14.   The truth, the whole truth and nothing but...

15.   Premeditated laziness

16.   Productive cough

17.   Suffer, endure, survive

18.   Gently insightful

19.   Are you in touch?

20.   Touch without the 't'

21.   Charge neutral

22.   A tick and a cross

23.   Where do I stand?

24.   Calling it

25.   Fuel conservation

26.   Dignity in living as well as dignity in death

27.   Fringe benefits

28.   Coming clean

29.   Out of the blue

30.   In the throes of passion

Ok, that's enough of that. If you want to read any of these posts just let me know. Now, what was I saying?


  1. I want to read about, 12. What a wit. What a half-wit and I'm also interested to know what 21. Charge Neutral is about!

  2. Hmmmmmmmmm...well 30 for sure and 11 and 13 :)


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