summertime and the blogging isn't easy...

Monday, June 28, 2010

i've decided that blogging is easier for me to do in the winter...

it's cold in cleveland, miserable even, and with blogging for the most part being an indoor activity it's pretty easy for me to cozy up on my couch and type.

but it's summertime in cleveland and the last thing i want to do is be inside with my laptop.

plus this whole trend of spending my sunday nights on whiskey island isn't helping my monday morning weekend recap writing to say the least.

but when you write out the pros and cons of either laying in the grass on the lake listening to reggae while drinking a beer vs blogging - it doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out which one i'm going to choose.

on that note, it's time to head to sunset grille with the crew (i'm typing this sunday around noon, fyi).

have a great monday kids!


  1. This is precisely why I become an alcoholic from June - August ;)

  2. Inside with the A/C is my reprieve from the heat. I would love to lay outside listening to music but I'm pretty sure I'd melt, fry, or both.

    I remember those Cleveland winters though, yikes.

  3. Plus, from what I hear, Cleveland basketball is going to be MUCH less interesting to watch once Lebron jumps ship. All the more reason to focus on blogging in the winter. heh.

  4. Amen to that. Enjoy fun times! Worry about reporting them later.

  5. Oh yeah, I can DEFINITELY empathise with this sentiment - if it wasn't pissing it down outside right now I probably wouldn't be in my flat.

    Or maybe I would be. I AM very lazy, after all...

  6. nilsa - omg, we are SO basketball fighting for that comment! :)

  7. I couldn't agree more. Hope you're doing well!

  8. I completely agree. We have such long horrible winters here in OH we must make the most of our summer. And for me, deck drinking and concerts with my friends will always trump blogging.

  9. I know how you feel, even though I can guarantee Cleveland is way more fun than SLC in the summer!


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