The Looky-Loos

I fell behind and got caught up again!

Thursday, June 4, 2009


So I fell behind in blog reading and commenting AGAIN! I've been playing spymaster in Twitter, (thanks alot TentCamper!!!) and doing some stuff in Facebook too. It's been taking up a bit of my time. Also ... I've been feverishly trying to level up in another game I play ... which is called Adventure Quest. I really do play some silly stuff.

It looks as though the new layout will include the following items. Quote, Question and Word of the Day as well as the Recipe of the Day. Although I still may tweak this some. I'll likely start doing the daily blog again starting on Wednesday of this coming week.

I will still be blathering about Television and Reading as well, just in a less structured way, which should actually lead to writing more conversationally about that. I'm considering taking some notes while I watch my shows, if I hear any interesting dialogue or want to comment on any tragic storylines. I mean ... seriously ... I DO watch 90210 2.0 ... so you KNOW that's going to have some unbelievably campy storylines in which I can completely go nutters over!

Speaking of TV, one of my most FAVE shows of all time is back on this spring. So You Think You Can Dance. I never got into Dancing with the Stars, if I wanted to see a B-list celeb dance, I'd hit a club! Ya know? What I love about SYTYCD is that, like AI, these are aspiring dancers, that's what they want to do with their lives ... that's who they ARE ... what they're destined to do and BE! I love that!!!

Okay ... that's all the news for now ... I apologize for not taking pics of the balcony garden, but I haven't borrowed a camera yet. I keep forgetting when I'm at my parents house to ask them for theirs.

More in a few days or so.

Brightest blessings,


3 Things people say ...:

Heather said...


Betsy said...

I think is a common problem! Twitter and Facebook are just as addicting as blogging! Just too many fun things to do! :)

Captain Dumbass said...

If only the kids didn't want so much attention.