1/2 Way.

I’m half way through Nablopomo. Half way. Part of me thinks this is a milestone, part of me thinks “Holy Crap 15 more days!!!! Expletive, expletive!!” All said with a smile.

Life has been more than crazy. Borderline insane. I know we all like to think I’ve truly been tied to this computer  for the past 15 days… but I decided to have a life instead. I know, I’m a disappointment. I do, however, have a room and purse full of sticky notes with hair brained, scribbled ideas for things to post about. When I actually get desperate enough to look through those scribbles I’m baffled at my incoherent notes. They generally looks something like this:

Menopause — flashes

Bug spray and purel

Gay strip flip cup

Any thoughts? I’m not really sure where I was going on any of those. Not a whole lot of help in the confusion category! Here’s to the next 15 days and some more coherent topics.

Published by Megan

I'm a marketer, cook, avid bug hater, cupcake lover, hiker, klutz, and married lady living in the great state of Colorado... My name is Megan Stecker and I'm a Colorado native. That's right, born and raised. I currently live in Denver and work in Marketing. I love what I do and watching it impact my client's business. I love to cook and bake. A good glass of wine can cure what's ailing you as long as you drink it in good company. I love the outdoors. Hiking, camping, exploring... I'm in. I have two dogs, Ollie and Duke, and I treat them like a children. My husband, friends and family mean everything to me. I also, inadvertently, find myself in the midst of disaster on a regular basis.

6 thoughts on “1/2 Way.

  1. How about who would win in a fight between awesome and rad? Oh, or how about how the word rad makes me giggle? haha That would be kind of weird.

    I played taboo with a bunch of friends one time (it was super awesome because it was a house warming party and about half the guests worked at google, and the other half at yahoo – I wanted a nerd fight to break out, but no luck) … so, taboo … and this girl turned over a card and said, “umm … all our moms are going through this right now?” Menopause!

    On a sincere note, those enginerds were the best taboo players I have ever seen. So logical and efficient. It was amazing.

    Also, clearly, I didn’t do anything but watch football all day and am now slightly crazy.

    1. Awesome, end of story. Holy crap Nerdville. The nerd fight would have been some quality entertainment… I can only imagine. Maybe you just need a little Frasier/Law and Order to restore your sanity. Football can really take it out of you…

      1. Boy, you’re pretty good for my ego. I come home from work and a compliment from you. You’re my bestest online blog stranger friend like, evrrrrrsss!!!! (I was channeling my inner tween.) [But sincerely … you can tell it’s sincere because there’s brackets … thank you kind stranger.]

        I can’t wait til I’m 40, single and divorced so I can get Frasier on a whole new level. haha

        Oh here’s kind of a sad thing … when I watch football all day, I also play football on my ps3, like during halftime and commercials. How sad is that?

      2. What compliment did I give you? Must have been a good one to get such a wonderful thank you! So… you’re welcome?

        I never thought about “getting” Frasier on a 40, divorced and lonely level. Totally gives me something to look forward to in the next couple decades.

        I don’t even know what to say about your watching football and playing it on the commercial. You are one die hard football fan. I’m impressed but also a little concerned for your sanity. Re-runs are definitely needed ASAP, that or some time outside. Really it’s a toss up.

      3. Oh. So … I guess I over-reacted, and misread your comment. I left out the comma so I thought you said “awesome end of story.” Like, you enjoyed the menopause part? And for the over-reaction I had a very crappy day at work and was angry and blah blah, AND I got home and my heater was not working. I walked around with a blanket wrapped around me. Something my college roommate and I called “apartment man” because we were cheap and didn’t want to turn the heat on.

        Ha. Well, let’s face it, you really can’t spend time much time thinking about Frasier? This is when I turn to drinking …

        No need to be concerned for my sanity, clearly it’s long gone. Look, a dragon!

  2. What compliment did I give you? Must have been a good one to get such a wonderful thank you! So… you’re welcome?

    I never thought about “getting” Frasier on a 40, divorced and lonely level. Totally gives me something to look forward to in the next couple decades.

    I don’t even know what to say about your watching football and playing it on the commercial. You are one die hard football fan. I’m impressed but also a little concerned for your sanity. Re-runs are definitely needed ASAP, that or some time outside. Really it’s a toss up.

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