A lot of bloggers I used to connect with are either gone (i.e. domain expired, account suspended, haven’t updated for a year or more, etc.), forwarded their domain to their Twitter/last.fm/etc. accounts or use their domain for their Tumblr. I’m stuck here not paying too much attention to the date said post was last posted after coming across five or less blogs lacking dates on their posts, only to notice right before I comment that said most recent blog post was posted almost two years ago whilst eating low-fat pretzels (less salt) and drinking water – even though I can so easily picture myself drinking tea and eating biscuits and doing this during brunch hour1. However, I don’t like tea. And biscuits, though not literal biscuits like from breakfast, are only good if they are BelVita (the Oats & Honey one… yum.).
Well, gee whiz. I could have read one of my newest books I still have yet to read. I finally got around to watching The Princess Bride (purchased in January or so) and My Sister’s Keeper (purchased in March/April/I don’t remember exactly when).
Why am I doing this to myself you ask? I’m trying to pass the time. Lately my side has been hurting again, and it’s a major pain in the bum. In the past two or so days (my days are running together; bear2 with me) I have read over thirty blogs – as in different URL’s. I realized I’m a pretty quick reader considering the time frame of my comments on Rachel’s three latest blog posts. I knew I read fast, but I didn’t know how bad it was until I actually counted the time difference between the comments. P: And I went out today; I left the house. I’m not sitting doing this all the time… I mean, I’ve also been doing some puzzles in the dining room as well. But even that hurts my side simply because it first hurts my back (which later just ends up hurting my side).
I also have a snazzy new and improved about me page, and I also rewrote my little about me blurb on my sidebar. Those two things really needed a lot of work because a) I was tired of the simplified list in my sidebar and seeing it read things that are true but not necessary to be listed and b) my about me was rather boring, and I need something people can read and sort of get a better idea of where my life is for me right now.
Anyway, it’s fun, and it’s taking my mind off the pain, even if only sometimes.
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- It’s a long story, and no… I can’t really explain it. It’s something from middle school, and it was so hilarious. Had nothing to do with blogging, but a lot to do with snobby rich people. ↩
- Yes, people, “bear”. Not “bare”; we’re not gonna go and get naked together… Same pronunciation, different spelling and two totally different meanings/words. ↩