Sunday, February 20, 2011

the internet is forever, you know.

My children in their red-eyed splendor
the deer they named Scruffy in our yard. watching us.
My little baby is getting baptized in two weeks. wah.

So I broke down and wrote a new post. I asked Mike about it and he reminded me that stuff stays on the internet forever and even if the post didn't embarrass me, it could (but shouldn't ) affect job interviews and insurance coverage down the road.
So here is the more "pc" summary: I've been down for a few months. It's getting better. I don't feel like blogging when I feel like that, so I haven't. Guess I should've put someone else in charge. Didn't care enough. Also, please don't feel badly if I haven't commented on your blogs. I've read and enjoyed them but couldn't muster a comment. It's a reflection on me, not on you. Sounds like a break up speech, eh? But I am almost myself again, so watch out! I will have to wean myself from re-runs of tv on the internet. Got so desperate to avoid reality I was watching "Welcome Back Kotter". It was funnier than I remembered, but still....


Hayden said...

By the time any pictures of me end up on the interwebz, they're already out of date :(


Michele said...

I get it. I am having a lousy few weeks, which is not months, but still. I have been wanting to blog the following, but haven't because I know it will hurt people: "Minnesota nice is not really nice. It's just fake nice. I want to move away. Really really want to move away. Winter is too long and depressing and our family is not happy because of it. Did I mention there are a couple of families here I really just don't like? If I have to be around people I don't like then I might as well be closer to family and have a house I really want instead of trying to make one I don't like work."
Thanks for letting me "blog" my selfish and angry feelings without publishing it on my own blog. i feel way better. You can do that on my blog comments if you want.
Your way of avoiding reality is better than mine. I recently checked out "A Pocketful of Poultry" from the library as well as a book about how to build your own barn and outbuildings or pig pens and chicken coops.

iamwright said...

Yay! Tonya is coming back...finally. :)

Andrea Hardman said...

Welcome back to the blog-world. I've missed you and I like your deer. And, your kids are at perfect height intervals in your top picture. I had to look at it a couple of times to be sure but, yep. They are.