School’s out Friday

I’ve just returned home from a trivia night at my son’s school, where my table performed pretty well. I love a good trivia night-  it’s the information junkie within me who enjoys the challenge of a random question or two thrown my way. On one round we missed out on full points by half a point because I couldn’t for the life of me remember the name of the band who sang ‘Jump‘, the video featured above. I managed to drag out of the recesses of my brain the lead singer’s name, David Lee Roth, but Van Halen eluded me. It frustrated me no end when Van Halen came to me just as they were about to announce the correct answer! It was loads of fun anyway, just the thing for someone like me who has hoarded tonnes of trivial information away in my brain cells, with their only real function being the perfect fodder for such a thing as a trivia night.

Hopefully this weekend will see me get a couple of posts up here. I’ve lost my blogging mojo of late, and really need to get it back. I’ve got plenty to say, but I’m finding the writing process stalling on me, and for the first time ever, I have half finished draft posts awaiting completion. I still feel like I’ve got plenty to say, but I just don’t seem to have the motivation to get fingers to keyboard. I’m going to try and push myself this weekend to get those draft posts published.

Wish me luck! Enjoy whatever comes your way this weekend. Hope it involves sunshine and a good cuppa (or maybe a glass of the good stuff).  : )

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  1. No worries Jenny. When I have those moments when words seem to be just out of reach I reassure myself that my mind and brain have reached a step in their growth and that they need to undergo metamorphosis for a while. It is like an unforeseen watershed moment. Allow this time and space to happen. It is a transformative process. A moment in time. When you reach the other side you will know.
    Cheers,
    John

    • jennylu

      Thanks John. Your words hold true for me. I do feel that I have reached a transformative stage in my thinking.

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