Sunday, September 25, 2011


I think I have lost my mojo..

My umpf...

My witty repartee...

My imagination...

My zest (oh wait, did I ever have zest? Hmmmm.... nope, I am pretty sure I have always been a zest-free zone)

In short, I have those damn Blogger Blues.

You know where you are too tired to think of something to write in the waking hours of your life?  I mean it goes without saying that some of my best ideas for blogging come about in the middle of the night or when I am taking a shower, or gawd forbid, when I am sitting on the loo.  All of which leads to a very inconvenient time to blog.

I have barely even taken any photos in the last five weeks, which is so unlike me as usually my camera is surgically attached to my eyeball.

Even today, I posted a new post on my other blog As I Dream It  as it had been about 5 weeks since I posted over there. And guess what, the bloody thing won't show in the reader or on any blogrolls and for some reason, I am too tired to figure it out. It's kinda sad because it is a little thank you post for Mandy at Tatter and Wild and Nana at La Table De Nana for some lovely things they did for me, for which they will never see it, because it is yet another glitch with lovely blogger.

Anywhooo, since I have nothing worthy to say and I have snagged you this far into my meaningless clutches, oops I mean post, I'd like to take this time to say thank you for a couple of things.

First, there are several new people who have joined my possey, so thank you Justin, Rebecca, Elliot MacLeod-Michael, Liz it is and Twilightgazing.  Nice to see your lovely faces, and if you haven't already, and you want too, feel free to input your blogsite up on the above tab called the Meet and Greet Page so that other great bloggers can find out about you and what you have to write about.

Secondly, I have thank my friend, Paul, over at I took the One Less Travelled for passing on a lovely award to me. You are too kind my friend, too kind indeed!

Finally, I want to invite you all to leave a comment below with your blog addresses so that after you read my boring schmoozle of a post, you can actually go and visit a post worthy of a read!

Cheers for now lovely ones!

And if you were here in person, I would probably give you all a big smoocharoo!

Tracy xxoo


  1. I know how you feel. Had to really push myself to get my last post out. Even when your mojo is off the track a bit you're still a lovely read.

  2. I know about the lack of mojo..I find it a puzzle some days as to making a post.

  3. I think it's going around. I'm grateful when I have blog fodder these days, like my little flu shot fiasco. I mean, who is happy to have flu shot fodder?! lol

    Don't you worry about it, though, because we love you regardless. Besides, even when you're missing the mojo your posts are wonderful. :)

  4. I'm blaming it on the weather...everyone seems to be blah as of late.

    I know what you mean about having good ideas at the wrong time - mine usually come to me while I'm at work! Then by the time I get home, they've disappeared like whisps of smoke on the breeze...should start carrying a notepad with me...

  5. i just went 3 weeks without posting a damn thing. that's a record for me. and my mom was complaining that every time she went to my blog checking for a new post, she had to look at the one where i talked about the theatre masturbators again. ha!
    you're in good company. we can all be duds together until our moxie returns.

  6. Aww I know how you feel, been feeling like it myself! Though I love how you always allow people to pimp themselves :)

  7. I hear ya! Kinda blah blah blah. And your other blog did show on my blog roll, so all is well.

    Hope things pick up for you and you get your mojo back.

  8. Oh believe me, you're not the only one. This was me a couple weeks back. Finally, finally I'm starting to get back into the swing of things. Don't worry, it'll pass!

  9. Tracy, I'm just coming out of a funk myself. Maybe it's the upcoming darkness of winter settling in.

  10. Hope those "blues" disappear soon!

  11. Been there, doing that. Not sure I have anything worth while either, but here goes...

  12. Hi Tracy! Thanks for your comment! My life has definitely had enough let downs to make me look at the world in a more realistic (and cynical) way, but I'm always hopeful about the future, and I think I always will be. I can't imagine a world without hope. :)

  13. Awwww!!! Thanks for the "shout out". The Mojo isn't lost! It's taking a nap! And as I've said before: "We all have our days."

    Love your posts!

  14. Even your mojo-less posts are worth reading! Have you read Dr Seus' "It's a Great Day For Up" lately?

  15. I can so relate to that! Sorry for the late comment. I'm still catching up.


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