Monday, March 14, 2011

Attempting a comeback

Between a major personal life change a couple of weeks ago and company the last 10 days, I haven't been much of a blogger.  I do have some things in the works (no, it's not poems Shoey) and hope to get back in the swing  this week.  Thanks for hanging in there. Hopefully the batteries are recharged and I can put some crap up that's actually worth reading and do a better job of keeping up with the rest of the merry band. Fortunately my breakfast of coffee and Girl Scouts thin mints has my energy level up and maybe it can carry over this week.

Lots of potential business out there.  Boss had the reins pulled for a bit but is turning me loose again. More travel in the greater Bozeman area and maybe a trip or two to Williston *fist pumps while choking back puke.

Supposed to be in the 40's and 50's this week and maybe some golf but I'd like to ride one more time before that season starts.  We sit in first place in pool league with three weeks to go and play the second place team tomorrow night on their home felt.  Should be a great match.  Good shooters and good guys.  Looking forward to it.  Last week we played the #3 team last week and they are still in intensive care from the beating we gave them.  Oh, that sounded boastful.  My apologies.  I hope we can keep it going.

Have a good week all.  See you on MCW if not before.



Rhacodactylus said...

So I just got back into reading some blogs (like you I've had a few time consuming changes) and I just wanted to say how much I like the poems, it shows a really cool range =)

Milk River Madman said...

Thanks Rhackster. I'm going to attempt to change my blog viewing. Been over a couple of times but haven't even said "hello". Not very neighborly.

Jenny said...

Blogging waxes and wanes, the important thing is too keep everything in balance... and that means EAT A BETTER BREAKFAST!!!

bwahahahahah. I used to eat that kind of stuff, I called it 'Breakfast of Champions' and then my cholesterol went to hell.

:-) Have a good week. See you Wednesady for MCW? Drugs or best drunk scene? come on!

fishy said...

Winter isn't just for Mother Earth!
We humans must also have a season to shed the old and prepare for the new. To refine our visions of self and make corrections as necessary. Like being able to SEE the architecture of a tree when it is not clothed in leaves?

(I've always thought Lent is perfectly timed to aid us with this annual mission for self.) I know, I KNOW this is not the purpose of Lent but it's a useful collateral effect. Hopefully your Sister Claire will not haunt me for those statements.

It has been ages since I wrote a blog post worth reading. I've been absent on that front for a while because I am glum, not my usual cheerful self, and didn't want to spread the gloom. Sometimes, I read back through older posts to get reacquainted with my real self and I am better. If that fails, then it's on with the Thin Mints.

Milk River Madman said...

I usually do eat a better breakfast. Somehting light like toast or a breakfast bar and drink a pint of milk almost every day. The breakfast of champions on the Hi-Line consists of beer and a powdered doughnut.

It does get hard to stay on the positive. Morning is coming earlier and night later so I think things will start to pick up.