Sunday, February 8, 2009

What is something that you want to learn about?

I have a gazillion things that I personally would like to write about, but the words simply aren't coming. I am passionate about many things and sometimes get flustered in the activity of all that I am cataloging in my brain to learn about, try, or throw away. So I came up with an idea to get my creative juices flowing. I want to know what would you, my reader, would like to learn about. This can be something that I could blog about for you or would allow me to hear about your dreams and passions. Here are some ideas, a sampling of things that I still would like to learn more about:

1. how to achieve consistent home organization
2. using biblical essential oils
3. creating a wide readership of my blog
4. healing my thyroid
5. techniques to maintain Bible memorization
6. growing big yellow onions and hearty carrots
7. Greek
8. interesting, healthy, sprouted, fresh lunches that my children will eat
9. harvesting and storing seeds from my garden to plant the following year
10. read music and play the guitar

So leave a comment and let me know what you would like to learn about. Tell a friend and have them leave a list. Better yet, become a follower and I will be sure to blog about one of your learning dreams!


Granola Mom's Hubby said...

I want to learn how to be a better hubby to my wife.

The Seats said...

I'd like to learn how to make some extra money working from home, item #7 (I know the alphapbet and a couple of phrases because of the sorority I was in college), I'd also like to learn #5 and finally Item # 8 (but not so much the sprouted just healthier.

Casey said...

I'd like to learn more about #1, and also where the best place to buy essential oils would be.

GranolaMom4God said...

Keep the learning coming!

Kristen McG said...

I agree with 1, 2, 8. Also with the making extra money from home that Renee mentenioned.
I'm currently interested in learning about potty training boys, photography, anything parenting, really. :)

Sherri said...

#8....This will work as long as your children NEVER share a meal with any other child in this universe...unless other said child is likewise fed nutritious, sprouted, healthy...emphasis on YUMMY meals!!! Little Z...gave up broccoli and green olives when upon hearing out of the mouth of a fellow 4-year old sharing her corner of the community lunch table during Mom's day out: "you're wierd, where's the chips?!" yep....public education (in it's many varied forms)...can dampen your child's unleashed spirit and soul!