Switch the kettle on.
Click New Post on the blogger dashboard.
Start drinking tea ... Read two new comments :) Feel on top of the world.
Type a sentence for a new post called 'The Life and Times of the Handsomest Cat in the World'.
Sneak a peek at the Blogs I follow. A blogger wonders if we need Religion! Good question! Can we ban religion? No, that would be most undemocratic! We need Law and order and our Democracy more than we need religion I think.
Wasn't religion created just to bring some order in our lives? To make us behave? But then some might say, we were created for religion not religion for us!
Manage to leave a much shorter comment than tempted to.
Back to the Handsomest Cat ...
Look for a picture to add to the (unwritten) Handsomest Cat post.
Sister's call. She's bought a laptop, the configuration is discussed in greatest details.
Remember the post on the Cat's antics ... Start typing again.
Take an absent minded peek at the Recently Updated Blogs, and stare in disbelief. But a click confirms that somebody does really think that World Peace is only for Miss World contestants, we ordinary mortals must have War.
Start typing again. It's a different post.
Gym friend calls. The call lasts only 30 seconds.
Not sure what a Nawab's kingdom is called! Disturb busy blogging friends ... Answer: A Dominion or a Presidency. Thanks!
Publish the post.
I wonder how everybody else writes their posts!
Do some bloggers sit down and and write in one go?
How long does it take to write a post? Do you end up writing posts that are too long or too short?
What kind of posts do you write most easily? Does it depend on how you are feeling at the time?
One look at the 104 unpublished drafts has made my New Year Resolution very easy : I resolve to lead a more disciplined life in the year 2009 :)