For some reason I have been living in a consistent cloud of randomness. My brain has refused to focus enough for me to decide on an engaging and thoughtful topic in which to write about. My head just feels like its stuffed filled with an odd assortment of snippets that don't have any correlation to each other, and each one is jockeying to become the most important part of my cognitive thought. It's like I'm a two-year-old looking for <insert analogy here>.
I'm thinking if I write these thoughtoids down, then perhaps my mind will free itself so I can expound on my daughter's new-found skin sensitivities. Or how I want to move to Indianapolis. Or how my sister dressed me up like a girl and my elementary school principal thought I was a new student. But for today, here comes my list of nothing.
Jack Grubb writes an incredible blog, Losing the Internets, which is read by at least 37 people and over 2,100 Russian SPAM bots. In his spare time he helps small companies find their marketing voice. Jack currently lives deliberately in Appalachia, Kentucky with his wife, two daughters, Jack Russell and a Lego collection beyond compare.