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Gus "TT" Showbiz. The extra T is for talent

I'll admit, that blog title has very little to do with this post. Actually, it doesn't really have anything to do with this post.

I'll also admit I didn't make any New Year's resolutions this year. Camaron and I talked about them for like 6 seconds on New Year's Eve, but neither of us could really think of any. In the past, my resolutions usually consisted of "getting my first kiss" (I won't elaborate on how long I had that one for) and then it became "getting married." So both of those have now been checked off (Don't worry, I also always had health and spiritual ones too). I'm sure there are lots of things I need to work on this year and that I want to achieve, but (cheesy as it is) life is just so happy and perfect-feeling that I don't really want to change anything. Aww man, I probably just jinx'd myself by writing that. Ok, I'll change it. There, much better.
Looking back on this month, I can't help but think I should have made "more frequent blogging" one of my New Year's resolutions. I would be rockin that one. I don't know what it is, but I'm just on a bloggin rampage or something. When I first started blogging, I was so unsure of myself that I would type a post and then delete it like 3 times before finally posting it. And I would only post like once every couple of months, when I thought I had finally found something worthy of blogging. I'm glad I overcame that. Last week, in an FB conversation, I was even referred to as a "blog-o-holic" (by myself)
See.
Then look at what my sister, Beth-annie, wrote. Notice she attributes my habit to my being married. What a hasty generalization. This makes no sense to me at all. But I guess it's true.

And now my husband blogs too, and he's mighty good at it. Seriously, I'm impressed with every post. If he wasn't my husband, I'd totally follow him. Well, I guess I will anyway. He's even making a full-fledged effort to make blogging a daily habit by participating in Lauren's 30 in 30. Who else blogs? Do you blog? Do I follow you? If not, why? Because I should. And you should tell me. You may tell me to my face, with a creepy letter stabbed into a watermelon (picture coming soon), or in the comments at the bottom of this post. I will leave it in your hands.

2 comments

  1. It makes perfect sense. I know plenty of married people. My generalization was nowhere near hasty.

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  2. For the record...I love Psych.

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