Anyway, today I WANTED to give you a description of my day, because while there wasn't much particularly special about this Sunday (there was the visiting club, but otherwise typical), what happens IN that day could be of interest. The problem therein is that one of the things about Sundays is there's the dual-edged sword involved. On the one hand, if I'm to blog about a day, there's no day more filled with activities than my average Sunday.
...On the other hand, the fact that it is so filled with stuff means that, yep...by the time I actually get home, my motivation to actually DO the blog is lessened. I could try writing down the events as they happen, yet I have experience with this. You need only look at many of my Sunday blogs where I promise content that never comes, in spite of me being perfectly capable of giving it. It's just...extremely exhausting to do.
Speaking of exhausting things to do, I'm not exactly looking forward to something that I'll eventually be needing to do. Before I made the link to this blog public (even though it was technically public before, just so obscure you'd never ever find it without the link), I basically expected zero comments. Now, I'm sort-of still expecting zero comments, which I'm absolutely fine with. The problem is, that eventually, sooner or later, I'm gonna say something that is interesting enough to attract attention and a comment, which means sooner or later, I'll need to go on a schedule binging my archives to see if comments have been made in any of the various places comments could be made.
Which'll be a pain to do, but I want to do anyway because I have been trained since internet-birth to always be actively involved in things that I begin. I begin a thread, I should be one of the main posters in there, always giving it attention. I begin a webcomic, I should respond to the kind folks who leave comments on it--that does, after all, encourage them to come back, and having people to talk with is fun. So if I begin a blog, I should respond to any hypothetical (which as far as I know right now are just that, but again likely not forever) comments as they appear.
Ah, well. I DID say I was an amateur at this.