In Kristen Lamb's most recent blog entry, "Description - How to Make Readers Fall In & Never Escape," she refers to use of words that give feeling to a description rather than just riddling the paragraph with an abundance of adjectives and nouns. She reflected on when she was a new writer and her inability to describe something without "info dumping;" describing every last detail in a room as if the reader cared at all, when in actuality the obsessive descriptiveness turned out to be for her and not the reader.
I don't feel I have a problem with this descriptive diarrhea, but it was her words "novels are for the reader not for us" that made me realize I suffer from a different case of diarrhea: Nostalgic diarrhea. Thankfully the delete button helps to firm up that paragraph making it flow smoother for the reader and sound more regular.
I must apologize. I'm a man, and sometimes no matter the age we must resort to toilet humor and poo puns.