Friday, April 3, 2009

Hi, I Have No Name For This Post

For some strange reason I have had difficulty blogging this week. It's a sort of mental hyperventilation. I want to write about Victorian England, Jorge Luis Borges, a visit to IKEA, my own Caribbean experience, my favorite operas, Balenciaga, orange fruits and vegetables, Route 66, Anglo-Norman kings, Ancient Greece and onomatopoeia as a social phenomenon, just to name a few. I've sat down in front of the computer three times to no avail. I have blogger's block.

In cases like this I become silly...ok, goofy in order to melt away the iceberg found in my paralytic mind.

Beetles I Like:

1.Eudicella gralli
2.Trogodendron fasciculatum
3.Acilius sulcatus
4.Ringo Starr
5.Melolontha hippocastani

Favorite songs to hear while I'm driving away from the city:

1. Top of the World- The Carpenters
2. Proud Mary- CCR
3. Driving My Life Away- Eddie Rabbit
4. The Hampster Dance Song- I Have No Idea Who Plays It?
5. Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing- The Four Aces
Favorite anything:

1. Marimekko prints
2. The Palatine Uvula
3. Cuban Timbales Drums
4. Polish Tatra Mountains wooden boxes
5. Macaroni and Cheese

That felt good, nothing like nonsense to rekindle the blogger's soul. Do I hear Chicken Soup for the Blogger's Soul? Please make your contributions in the form of advise to help me overcome this blogger's block.


Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

Oh my...I don't think you are blocked at all! You just have lots swirling around and can't choose just one! I loved your post (and Marimekko, Ringo Starr, Eddie Rabbit (but for me it's Love those Rainy Nights) and Mac and Cheese (from they have those there?) All your other things...I'd have to look in to...

nollyposh said...

Lol! a walk in tha park, a little fresh air up the nasal passages does it for me X:-) But i actually like this blog, just as meaningful as your others, for now we have a little insight into the *crazy* you (and i mean that in the nicest possible way!) X;-)

Midlife, menopause, mistakes and random stuff... said...

Nothing compares to a lil Proud Mary by Ike and Tina.....okay, especially if Ike the woman beather is not singing and it's just Tina. How bout those legs Pink Cowboy??????? I have "thigh issues" of course and am filled with envy and hatred :)
You are one rockin cool dude and I'm so very glad that I somehow stumbled upon you blog...
Bring on the Mac and Cheese and....

Steady On
Reggie Girl

willow said...

How did you know that I listen to The Carpenters in my car? You've been spying on me, haven't you? I sing "Top of the World" loudly as I drive around town.

I personally vote for "onomatopoeia as a social phenomenon" for your next post.

Natalie said...

He,he. I am with Willow on this one. However, Top of the world is the song that plays over and over, on little sonflower's toy cd player.It's his no.1. :D

Janelle said...

not blocked baby...just keep writing creating making...its GORGEOUS..think you might like my last post...all about a wayward see. i end up just making it up... lots love XXX janelle

Ruby Isabella said...

It's interesting that when you're blocked and have to force things a little other people seem to enjoy it. Just get something down, it'll probably be good. That's what I reckon.

Cynthia said...

I agree with Teri, you are not blocked. End of you just need to schedule out your week of postings! Great nonsense here, Mr. Pink C!

Clare said...

PC I agree with Teri and Cynthia, you are not blocked. Great Post!

My songs in the car
1 Bad U2
2 You make me feel like a natural woman
3. Avalon Roxy Music, (especially for drives to the beach)
4. Ordinary World Duran Duran

JBA said...

CRASH, BANG, CRUNCH. You should so totally blog about that- I won't try to spell the word, but we say it nearly everyday at our house as an exit comment: See ya, wouldn't want to be ya, otomotopaia.

And Kings, you should definitely delve into those kings- Edward the Confessor is a personal favorite.

You got my brain going, can you tell?

Linda S. Socha said...

I love the Carpenters and tend to get on a roll about Johnny Nash's song , I can see clearly now......
Ah well I confess to loving old fashioned gospel...and azsw you see by now I love these kinds of posts! Thanks for this one

Leslie Avon Miller said...

Talking Heads are great for break throughs.