What I Might Have Blogged, Had I Blogged

Yes, it’s another compilation of all the wise and wonderful (not to mention witty) blog posts I might have written, had I actually written. So, here’s what I might have blogged, had I blogged…

Thursday morning
I could have told you of the wonderful time we had in Bible study, of the honest and authentic discussion we engaged in, and of the warm fellowship we enjoyed. It was the good stuff, glory to God.

Thursday evening
Should I have felt the inclination to indulge in some mommy blogging, I might have told you of my sons’ soccer game, my number one son earning his first ever yellow card, and my number two boy kicking a corner kick into the net for a score. And of the intense atmosphere and of the young high school fan for the opposing team overheard asking if there had ever been any really good soccer players who were black (and me wanting to say, “Um, hello? Pele?”). Of course the last part of such a post would no doubt have been a little on the snarky side so perhaps it’s better I didn’t get around to writing it.

Friday
I could have confessed to you my neuroses as a shopper. I always forget how much I really don’t like to shop.

Saturday
I could have written two blog posts today: one expressing my excitement in finally getting to see the Jane Eyre movie (finally!!!) and the second telling you how much I enjoyed the movie (well worth the road trip to the big city) but how I enjoyed the company and conversation of a good friend even more so. Books, theology, movies, raising boys, church: we about covered it all. We had a blast.

Sunday
I might have posted yet another boast in the Lord of His goodness to us, my church. (A little repetitive, no? Oh, but He is. So good.) I could have also confessed my attempt to cull through my twitter follower/following lists in an effort to make one a little more manageable and the other free of all spam and marketers. Who knew it would be such an intense exercise? Not only that but I think I ended up with more to follow than I began with! Am I as neurotic a twitter follower as I am a shopper?

Monday
Here I would have told you of my poor sick puppy and our (expensive) trip to the vet. Today I would have updated my report on her condition with the news that I’m not sure she feels any better and another call to the vet may be in order.

If I’d blogged Monday, I might have also written about cooking supper for my son’s girlfriend–Pioneer Woman’s lasagna, grape salad, and chocolate chip pie. We were supposed to have enjoyed our favorite Rosemary Bread but I would have had to report the first ever fail by my beloved bread machine.

So, there you go, what I might have blogged, had I had the time and inclination to actually blog. And if I were to post a real post today perhaps I would express gratitude for you, my blog friends and visitors, and wish you all a wonderful Tuesday!

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Author: Lisa Spence

Wife, mother, Bible teacher, bibliophile, occasional blogger

8 thoughts on “What I Might Have Blogged, Had I Blogged”

  1. I'd really like to see Jane Eyre at some point. Sounds like a really fun evening!Cooking for the girlfriend. Now THAT would definitely make an interesting blog post! =D (But perhaps maybe the summary was the wisest choice!)I would like a slice of chocolate chip pie, please and thank you!

  2. I liked this post. By the way not sure if we have "officially" met 😉 I'm Hollie; nice to meet another sister in Christ 🙂 Sounds like you had a pretty decent week! Hope you had a wonderful Tuesday as well.

  3. Yours is the first review I've heard about Jane Eyre. My friend in CT already told me she wished I lived there so we could see it together. I'm thinking about spending a peaceful solitary afternoon in a theater all by myself anyway. . . .And yeah, I feel like I could write a lot of posts like this — IF I was blogging (and yet, the world keeps on spinning, no??)

  4. Yours is the first review I've heard about Jane Eyre. My friend in CT already told me she wished I lived there so we could see it together. I'm thinking about spending a peaceful solitary afternoon in a theater all by myself anyway. . . .And yeah, I feel like I could write a lot of posts like this — IF I was blogging (and yet, the world keeps on spinning, no??)

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