Very misleading, to tell you the truth.
That's the word I was searching for...learning sanskrit would be more cohesive than any blog post right now.
Typically I like to have themes or one singular driving point:
I started an entry about Alice in Wonderland (which I saw and loved last weekend). My post included a feminist ramble and snatches from the Jabberwocky.
I started an entry rating rejection letters from various MFA programs. I have two "snail mail" letters and only one "e-mail" to refer to...and the "e-mail" wins hands down. It's the best. I've printed it out to be inspired (and I'm not being sarcastic).
Both entries were stagnant and short.
I considered writing about my obsession with Criminal Minds. Not the minds of criminals, per say, but the television show that seems to run in circles whenever I'm flipping through channels. And by "circles," I mean neverending, because I've never seen one episode twice.
The show is addictive, but maybe not the best to fall asleep to--I've found myself hopping up and finding HGTV so I can dream about vacation homes on Fiji or the Great Barrier Island of New Zealand instead of profilers working for the FBI.
I was going to tell you about my new (to me) car.
I was going to tell you about Yellow Tail Chardonnay and the night I had the pleasure to hear student fiction read to me until my laughter turned to tears.
But in a way, I guess I just did all that.