The other day I read a bunch of post by bloggers who joined Bloganuary.
Essentially, they are fed a topic each day during the month of January which inspires bloggers to write something on that day’s topic.
I didn’t join.
I admitted this on LA’s blog in the comments when SwingedCat
accused me pointed out that I like emojis.
The topic that day was about emojis. Do I use them to adorne and decorate my text in my blog?
Yes. Yes I do.
But I think the emojis are idiotic.
See what I did there?
The emojis have found a way to sneak into my text and added levels of emotion to my words. Or something. These days it almost feels like an irritating habit I can’t seem to cut loose…
Which brings me back to the prompt writing.
I tried to write based on prompts in the past. Sometimes, the topic intrigues me. Sometimes, even if the topic intrigues me, I can’t write about it because writing that day feels blocked. Sometimes, the topic interests me but I go off on a related tangent and I end up hating the piece so I delete it.
Mostly, I hate being told what to write. 🙃
That statement deserved the upsidedown emoji! 🤪
Anyway, I scroll through the Bloganuary posts for amusement as a form of getting to know my blogging tribe because what else am I supposed to do with these ENDLESS HOURS OF CONTINUOUS LOCKDOWNS WE KEEP BEING PUNISHED WITH?
Blah. I might move out of country.
Anyway, I do have more important things to tend to today, which I may or may not blog about later, and which may or may not contain emojis, so proceed at will. Or not. 😛
See you in the comments.