Where’s Waldo..I Mean Tammy?

I know some of you are wondering where I’ve been hiding?

Did she fall out of the Non~Normal Tree House?

Did she get locked in her Ice Cream Freezer?

Did the Pink Truck get hijacked?

No, none of those things. I’ve just been busy and by the time I get home, I know I should read some blogs but dang if I don’t get to read as many as I would like.

And it sucks because so many of you have great blogs and I love reading them. (which is really odd since I hate, I mean HATE to read unless I have too)

I’ve noticed this trend with us newer bloggers. We become obsessed with writing ours, and reading others. Then slowly we realize we have neglected our family friends, pets, laundry, the kids, the running water in the bathroom…………..

OH SHIT, be right back………….


Anyone have a sump pump I can borrow?

Oh well, I’m sure the carpet in the hallway will dry and have a nice new odor to it.Β  LOL

Now where was I ? ? ? ?

Oh yea, hiding like Waldo.

Now, if I could just remember the point of this rambling…………



Us new bloggers tend to go crazy reading and writing tons of posts. Then after realizing we have neglected everything in our orbit, we try to be human again. By being human and doing our “real” world stuff, we run out of time to read.

Then that’s when it happens….


Ton’s of it. Ok, maybe not tons. But a significant amount.


Now there was a purpose to this post….

Oh ya… i just want to say

I’m Sorry


And I’ll try to be better


~~~till we laugh again~~~


45 thoughts on “Where’s Waldo..I Mean Tammy?

  1. Katie

    Been there – done that! When we ignore life, we no longer have anything to write about! Yep — it’s still all about the blog – but before the blog, I was just blabbing about my dysfunctional bunch to anyone who would listen – now It’s written down and will live on FOREVER! Now — time to go get more ‘stuff’ for my ramblings.

  2. crubin

    Sometimes it’s hard to keep up with everything. The nice thing about the wonderful blogging community is that they get that. Tend to life first. We’ll be here when you get back. πŸ™‚

  3. writerwannabe763

    It’s true…and never having gone through a summer where a lot of bloggers have children to deal with during those months…I would imagine even the blogging gets put on the back burner..not to be confused with the barbecue burner….Being retired has it’s benefits such as no distractions other than the ones I choose to have… Diane

  4. terry1954

    i am one of those newer bloggers that lived when i had time on here. i still do but have backed off some, when i looked down at my feet one time and saw dust bunnies lined in a row, waiting for me to move!!!!! lol

  5. Dotty Headbanger

    Dear Brick,

    I’ll always feel guilty but I can’t stop myself following a new one if I really like it. At first you think WordPress is small, but it’s BLOODY MASSIVE and there are piles and piles of good blogs to read. I don’t know how these really huge bloggers cope – did I say that wrong – I meant bloggers with really huge blogs with followers running into the thousands.

    Love Dotty xxx

  6. Devina

    Blogging is synonymous with addiction in my book. It’s really sad, don’t you think, that our fake lives, as you put it, is way more fun than our real ones? Maybe it’s partially because we meet less obnoxious, less annoying people … or at least their less obnoxious, less annoying sides. Don’t you worry you’re head Tammy, we all need to return least our house burns down with us and not knowing it!

  7. firstandfabulous

    Ahhhhhh! I hear you. I find myself sneaking post peeks, like I need to join BA ( Blogs Anonymous, like you couldn’t figure that out ) and get moving on some 12 steps! I can’t get up any earlier!!!!

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