Tuesday, March 6, 2012

translation services provided at no charge

Just to shed a little light on the post below, which was posted just shy of ONE YEAR ago... there was one sentence that was actually a message in code. Allow me to translate:
When I say things like "I want to blog more," what I'm really saying is, "I will most likely blog less."
Other examples:
"Another post coming soon!" = "It will never make it out of the 'draft' stage."
"I have so many stories to tell" = "You will never hear them, ever."
And when I say something absolutely rediculous about my blogging intentions like, "prepare yourself for an overload," that obviously means "Come back in a year. Same time, same place."


I don't know why I am this way about blogging. It's a love/hate relationship, and for the last year blogging has fallen off the priority list completely. Admittedly, I did join Facebook about a year ago at this time. But I've never really posted anything, other than a few pictures. And I'd just like to say that I still hate Facebook with all of my heart. That there's a hate/hate relationship, folks. It's too much. Facebook makes staying in touch so "easy," that relationships themselves actually shrivel up and die. But as long as I click 'Like' on that last pic you posted of yourself pulling a kissy face in front of that crazy place you stumbled upon on your super fun vacation last month, then you can rest assured that our friendship is as solid as ever.

Facebook has robbed us of what true friendship used to be. I don't know about you, but I really miss my old friends.