I fear that I have lost some of my youthful inhibition when it comes to writing my journal entries. Or maybe it’s from knowing that it is on a publicly accessable internet site? I used to report on everything I did in my day and then how I felt about that, and how I felt about anything else that was going on. Now I report the occasional cleverness but little more. I know after a while of full on daily or semi-daily reporting, I may have grown bored and realized that many days were very much the same. For example, around 1999, 2000, 2001 or so my journal consists of what school work I didn’t do, and what Kenshin episodes I had watched. Funny, yes, but pretty boring.
For the record I haven’t watched Kenshin for a while, even though I have all the good episodes on CDs.
My new year’s resolution this year was to start writing in my blog once a day, which lasted one month (we can always look at the archives to see how this goal went…).
For the longest time I could, on any particular day, go back and see what I was up to a year ago. I miss that.