Blog About Blogging
It still amazes me sometimes how y'all seem to enjoy what I write. I mean, I find my life funny, and I try to spin it as such, but just that random strangers that I found usually through the "next blog" button, or else through other bloggers, come here day after day and listen to me. Most people in real life tell me to shut up. I think I annoy them when I blather on and on about things. But hey, I amaze them too. It amazes people that I never stop talking.
But what to write about today? I could write about how I actually woke up at 4 A.M. yesterday to do inventory at work, I'd fallen asleep a little after eleven after cheating and watching Whose Line in bed for an hour. About how I was told I was "way too perky for it to still be this early." Or how I was rather mean and talking about the nice inventory people who came in with their little machines that went "beep, beep, errrrrrr" incessantly. Or my manger Kathleen who is the best, I love her to death, but who tends to get just a little bit stressed out about these kinds of things. She wants everything to be perfect. And it's not like I don't want it to be right, too, but my head isn't the one on the line. She also tends to be a wee bit protective- "What are you eating, Nettie? Is that going to kill you?" But having now been at work literally all around the clock, I can still say that I love it. Hope you're used to it.
Or I could blog about blogging. How yesterday when I got home I not only changed the headings to my profile and comments, tweaked my profile, and looked up new sayings to run across the bottom, which I do with some regularity anyway, but went a little further. My blogroll is getting out of control, I admit, but now it's divided into three even, alphabetical portions. So now whenever I add someone new to it, I'll probably try to add three new ones so it doesn't get out of proportion. That annoys me.
Continuing the theme, I only added one new thing, my ecosystem rating, and just moved around the rest. The new Flickr badge it took me forever to work right is below my profile, so you can keep gazing at my adorable little nephew who was three months yesterday. I moved up the guest map too, and over the hours I was doing this, I finally managed to figure out how to get the site meter on the bottom. I think the only attraction that didn't move was Neal. He's comfortable right over the link that gives Darlene design credit. Heh heh. I love this blogging thing too...