Intelligence of blog entries
At the beginning: They must be perfect little essays.
These days: It’s okay to do a rambling and marginally understandable post on my confusion over the word NEXT.
Attitude of husband on my blogging:
At the beginning: You started a blog. Cool!
These days: You were blogging all that time?
At the beginning: Must get to work!
These days: Must see what my buddies are up to!
Smuttiness of books I read:
At the beginning: Breathless and red faced at first Anita/ Jean Claude sex scene
These days: “funniest, dirtiest gay porn book ever” constitutes an excellent recommendation.
True Blood and Sookie hits:
At the beginning: What’s that?
These days: Constantly think my blog has become really popular, only to realize every Tuesday that everybody on the planet is Googling off that stupid show!
Time spent analyzing book covers featuring half naked men:
At the beginning: I'm not really that kind of person.
These days: Ooooh! An email from Katiebabs!
Attitude about meeting people in person that I only ever met online:
At the beginning: That is a thing pedophiles do.
These days: Distraught that I couldn’t go to San Fran! But I met Lisabea and Shannon in Chicago.
Knowledge of Richard Armitage:
At the beginning: Who’s that?
These days: Gasp! He touched her hand!
Opinions on guys who have sex with trees and aliens with multiple sex organs:
At the beginning: WTF?
These days: Hello, that plot device again?
Concern that new potential advertising clients will Google me and find my blog and not hire me because I seem [insert unsavory adjective here]:
At the beginning: Totally freaked about it. Keep entries tame just in case.
These days: You can now Google my real name and this blog comes up on the first page. Sort of don’t care. Entries not tame. In denial.
At the beginning:
1. Blogger works better in Firefox
2. Shit! I have to think of something new to say a few times a week!
3. Wow, blogging takes a lot of time.
4. People out there do some really scary Google searches.
5. It is scary that I know that.
I'm in contact with a lot of smart interesting people, and I have made some really great new friends.