I’ve Got Nothing

It’s eight minutes to midnight as I begin to type this – closer, I think, than I have ever been to not achieving this absolutely asinine goal of posting something every day on this blog – and I’ve still got nothing. The prompts I’ve relied on in the past aren’t speaking to me. I don’t have any new pictures to share, and nothing interesting to photograph in my apartment. My creative tank is, it seems, on empty. (It might be hungry. I did, in fact, forget to eat dinner.)

So, since I haven’t got anything to say, why don’t you go over to my friend/colleague Julia’s blog and read the lovely rumination she wrote recently about aging. It’s worth your time. I promise.

With wishes for a more inspiring tomorrow, goodnight.

5 thoughts on “I’ve Got Nothing

  1. Mom May 18, 2012 / 8:03 am

    “No Comment”. HaHa!!

  2. DJB May 18, 2012 / 8:24 am

    Ah, but Sarah you did have something. You gave me the great gift of reading Julia’s wonderful post. Thanks for sharing that. I admire your resolve and fortitude. DJB

  3. Fran May 18, 2012 / 9:40 am

    Sarah, you may have thought you had “nothing”, but as DJB said, you had everything in pointing us all to Julia’s beautiful post. Can you send this on to our California cousins; they will find comfort here with Jane’s impending passing at age 94 … and Julia’s words certainly resonate to us in our 60’s and 40’s.

  4. Mom May 18, 2012 / 11:22 am

    Julia’s post is so thoughtful, insightful, and inspiring! Thanks to her and you for sharing!!

  5. Julia R May 20, 2012 / 7:19 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing my post, Sarah!! And thank you to everyone for reading it and sharing your kind thought. My friend Claude is a terrific gentleman and has taught me a great deal; I’m glad his wisdom is resonating with a wider audience.

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