it's getting embarrassing . Every day, my son asks me what I did that day. Tidying up a 27 foot trailer, taking Dixie for several walks, doing some laundry, hosing down the side of the trailer that faces the woods,sweeping
up his studio, researching my newest addiction of vlogging, just doesn't seem all that fulfilling or newsworthy.I am going to have to work harder. I think he would like me to be more adventurous and drive off to a park or walk in different sections of town.
The reality is that I am just very comfortable where I am and I don't feel the need to go exploring on my own. Today, I practiced what it would be like to vlog. I had the camera on video, the screen was focused on me. I started talking ,once I realized that
the audio was also on. I introduced myself to the camera. I even put on makeup so that I would look less splotchy . I was, by my own evaluation, hysterical. I didn't know that I did "things " with my eye brows or mouth. I
never looked at the camera. It was so bad that I zapped it before anyone could see it. Everyone should do this exercise, even once, to see what the world sees. Ugh.