This is an Un-Post

Nope.  No real posts here.





If you’re looking for a real post, try Chase’s latest conversation with his two-year-old. Or Kuhlair’s blog, which features some really awesome pics of the Trevi Fountain in Rome. Or, heck…stumble on over to Clay’s site for an interesting article about Katy Perry and Kelly Clarkson (if you can survive the eye rolls and disgusted sighs that you just did….honestly…it’s a great post).

But, alas…this is not a real post…this is an un-post…the by-product of a busy weekend, filled with rehearsals, voice lessons, vomiting dogs, baked burritos, snore-inducing sermons, Wal-Mart runs, and Moulin Rouge viewings.  I had every intent to write a post today…but, life just got in the way.

So, if a blogger intends to write a post in a forest, and no one sees a post, do they still get credit, hits, and a chance to be Freshly Pressed?!?  Ehh…probably not.


I was going to write you poetry, dear readers.  I was going to wax nostalgic about past trips to Italy and NYC.  I was going to write another Stick Figure Movie Reviewabout the cotton candy rom-com Letters to Juliet. But, instead I:

1.) Drank two huge glasses of wine

2.) Cleaned up pet stains on my carpets with Oxy-Clean

3.) Did the Saturday Night Fever dance move 37 times at a rehearsal

4.) Indulged in a Baja Chalupa from Taco Bell

5.) Wrote a to-do list while in church, “listening” to a sermon

6.) Steamed my laundry while listening to the recording of Dreamgirls

7.) Ate Baby Back Ribs flavored potato chips for dinner

So, as you can see, I had a massively productive weekend, and that, my friends, is why I cannot offer you anything substantive or worthwhile today.  What I can offer you is this:


It’s funny because the cat is wearing a hat!

Or this…


I bet he never leaves the house.

Or even this golden nugget…


Kind of a convenient place for a Lost-and-Found…

But I can, and will not, be able to offer you any worthwhile post today, featuring funny images, a recap of my weekend, and light banter between author and reader…






28 responses to this post.

  1. This is an uncomment 🙂


  2. Posted by Uncle Lewis on January 24, 2011 at 8:11 am

    Some of your best un-work yet. I think you really captured the art of not posting a funny, well written, article with non-funny photos of men who can do what I can only dream if doing. You have not done an amazing job today and I did not fall more in love with Bethany.


  3. Oh my! That dude is freaky!! Yikes! Makes my tummy hurt. Haha.


  4. Posted by fnkybee on January 24, 2011 at 8:33 am

    Even your “un-posts” are funny!
    Have a fabulous week!


  5. Posted by kuhlair on January 24, 2011 at 8:47 am

    i literally LOL-ed! have a good day!


  6. I hate to break it to you, but somewhere in your attempt to explain why you couldn’t post… you posted! 🙂


  7. I grabbed an un-Cola and I proposed an un-toast!


  8. Thanks for the un-mention. I am un-unappreciative.

    Baby back rib flavored potato chips? That sounds like a weekend.


  9. Haha! Your un-post was a post, dear. And a post with funny cat pictures at that!


    • What!?! No…you’re saying that–it can’t be. You mean to tell me–couldn’t be. I did NOT post a post. I clearly submitted an un-post. Clearly. I don’t know how those damn cats made it in there…


  10. Dang even your unposts are hilarious.
    How do you do it!
    I mean steam your clothes while listening to the Dreamgirls Soundtrack. When I listen to it, I never get anything done!


  11. I wonder if they’ll ever come out with potato chip flavored baby back ribs…


  12. Happy unbirthday to you!


  13. I’m unofficially uncommenting but had I been here I’d be more than unthankful for the nod. I thought you seemed awfully busy lately. I hope all your work pays off. I would pay to see you rock Saturday Night Fever. You should add a Black Swan element to the performance, but not dying because no one would enjoy that. Be undead.


    • I have been a tad busy…I got another piano gig in the mornings, so my reading time has been slim. Plus, rocking like John Travolta takes up some time, too. Being undead, however, takes absolutely no time and adds a lot to my resume.


  14. You’re my unfriend.


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