Of course I always thought "a blog should be interesting" and like the idea of saying little, but always being profound over speaking constantly and drowning out those "best" thoughts.
I don't know if I ever saw this as something for me.
I wanted it to serve a purpose of entertainment, either through amusement or interesting things, rather than just be a diary.
So I put off posting, maybe a little daunted.
I think I'll go for weekly puns or jokes I encounter/come up with,
though I'll try for creating daily anyway.
If I look at my old posts on here even, some things seem ignorant, solipsistic (though that's kind of what blogs are for), etc.
I see myself differently than I did then, but I'd like to avoid looking back on current or future posts and thinking the same.
I suppose it's a matter of being better informed.
The writing style should always look worse in retrospect.
I'll try for long-winded being my only big flaw in writing from now.
At least I'll continue to write something like David Foster Wallace that way.
(SO MANY FOOTNOTES AND ASIDES IN HIS WORK)
Similar to most people, I often want to do more than I do.
On my part, I'm just lazy.
I could phrase it in a way that puts less blame on me, but I'd rather not.
I don't want to make promises I might not keep, because I've already broken many by putting them off.
So I'll refrain from saying what I'd like or like to do unless I'm sure I will not do/show it,
and I won't say anything until I've been doing it for awhile.