September 15, 2010

Let's experiment together, shall we?

I'd like to try a little experiment, if I can. See, I find that most of my blog posts and stories come solely from either my crazy-ass workplace, my crazy-ass mom, or my crazy-ass, wine-drenched text conversations. (Am I detecting a pattern here?) While chronicling these incidents is fun for both me and you (I hope), it doesn't challenge me or flex my writing muscle one bit. This I need to do.

So I would like you readers to throw some topics at me that you would like to hear me talk about. Or not. You don't have to. But I'd like for you to. I think it'll be fun. I can't promise I won't relate whatever topics you throw at me back to my crazy-ass mom. I can't promise that I won't drunk text you about the topic and then write about our drunk text conversation instead of writing about the topic itself. I make no promises.

So if you have a topic you'd like for me to write about, just send me an email at


Can't wait to hear from you!

Disclaimer: I maintain full rights to dismiss any and all topics which I may not find appropriate. I know that still leaves the door pretty wide open, seeing as how I'm not a prude or anything, but people, just use your best judgment, mmmkay?


Brandon Jones said...

1. Wine in a box. Yay or nay?
2. From a girl that enjoys baking I would like to hear your opinion on cake v. cupcakes. You may laugh, but Kat and I had this very debate recently.
3. What are some tips to raise my children to be as happy as you and Brad always seem to be?

Also,FYI your font is rather hard to read on my computer. The orange is really light on the white background.

Brandon Jones said...

So, nevermind about your background being hard to read. Apparently your really cool background just doesn't show up on my computer at work.

kat-tastic! said...

onomatopoeia. i want to hear you wax poetic on sound words. pun intended =)

steeplechase hats. significance, form and function. and how to construct a winning design.

how it is possible that each of the last few minutes of any work day seem to last at least as long as the whole day. each. minute.

and.... oreos: twist & lick, or dunk & crunch??

food for thought! had a great time at lunch this week!