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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Starting over. Again.

I have been blogging (more off than on) under the handle U8MyCrayons for many years now. I've tried re-branding myself. I've tried following memes. I've tried a lot of things to control my bloggy madness.

Recently I deleted my old Google account. I didn't think I needed it. I forgot that Google owns the world now and in the process I deleted my blog along with a few other accounts. Oops!

For weeks I have been trying to think of a new name to blog under. I felt like losing my old account was a blessing. A chance to start over. I've toyed around with a large spectrum of names. I've had a few suggestions along the way.

Spiritual Heathen
Heathen Mom
Indy Mom of Four
Mom In Indy
Maternal Disobedience
Which Craft
Midwest mom

The truth is...there really probably isn't a name that could even come close to describing who I am and what I do. My interest are too broad. I'm a lot of things. I DO a lot of things. I WANT to do a lot more things.

Things on my agenda are posting more of my cooking adventures, sharing about my spiritual path, helping you simplify your life with life organizational tips, and of course the occasional update about my crayon eaters.

I less than those of you who have followed my madness over the years. I promise to try harder to give you something to read more than once a quarter.

So...here's the deal. Today is Super Bowl Sunday. The Super Bowl XLVI is in MY city today. By all rights I am supposed to give a hoot.

I don't like football that much.
I have little interest in crowds, and hoopla...unless it is the heathen kind of hoopla.
I feel like I should have been blogging something about this once-in-a-lifetime event for weeks now.
I haven't. I'll use not having a blog as an excuse.

So, here it is. MY Super Bowl Sunday post. The day that I resurrected U8MyCrayons. The day that my blog came back to life. Again.

Let it prosper and be dusted off more often than the past many years.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks Sandye! It really is a sign that we are aging. I too would have been all over the craze many moons ago.

    I like to think of it as wiser, not older. I mean...the amount of $$ I'd have spent in the Village would probably feed my whole family of 6 for a week!

    Thanks for stopping by!