It's almost midnight and I will most certainly regret this post tomorrow right around 2-3 pm, when the eyelids start drooping and head bopping at the desk. All of a sudden I have this surge of energy that I want to put in this blog. I want to resurrect it and continue in it. Of course that it involves reading old entries. I hope that it lasts more than this weekend.
This blog is full of time of love and excitement when Neil and I met. Our wedding. My beautiful friends, my time in purgatory, otherwise known as South Dakota. My life in general. I find myself smiling and feeling something old, dear and familiar while reading old posts, other times I hold my breath because there are certain themes and words that I know my mom-in-law, who has read this blog, would most certainly gasp about (you can gasp now if you are reading :).
And then there are things that I have completely zero recollection about. This is when I start to wonder what natural remedies help with memory. Was it blueberries? Like I have a whole post wishing someone a happy birthday and I can't even figure out who it is I am wishing a happy birthday to??!!
And seriously, don't waste your money on blueberries as memory boosting agents, I might as well be financing whole small countries by eating them and it obviously has not had much effect.