And if I'm as dedicated to working on that as I am to updating this blog, then you can expect to see it hit the shelves in November of 2056.
In the past few months, through conversations with friends, acquaintances and random people that I may never see again, I have received a lot of encouragement to put my life on paper. Or least make it available for download. So I'm going to write a book.
What will the book be about? Good question. I have no idea. I love David Sedaris- he crosses the line of grossly inappropriate and is hysterical as he describes the dysfunction of his family. Maybe I should write something like that.
Then I think, "But my life is so much more than just my crazy-yet-lovable family." So maybe I'll break it down in to sections of my life- family, work, relationships, religion, pets.
No no no. That's too fragmented. Maybe I should go chronological and just start from the beginning. But no, that's boring and normal. And let's face it- my life is anything but normal.
Then my brain gets exhausted from the sea of possibilities and I go back to constantly refreshing my Twitter feed.
So while this post may seem completely useless to you, just know that (a) I'm looking for support, (b) I'm looking for suggestions and (c) by publishing this, I might just get a bit of motivation to get cracking on it.