Eggnog and Brandy are HORRIBLE…

Much like the title of this post, both wordpress and twitter have been reasonably annoying lately. Not until it was pointed out to me how horribly impractical wordpress is… Am I starting to dislike it. Login. My Dashboard. Posts. Add New. Title. Type a bunch. Categories. Formatting. Do I want a picture? Go find it. Add some html all over the place if I’d like it all fomatted-up and what-not. 

I thought I was just being lazy. 

Here’s a list of things that I’ve considered blogging about in the past month, but haven’t because it’s simply inconvenient:

I went to see a play and really liked it. 

-My camera is a horrible piece of crap. 

-Why radio is so much terribly better than television even though this argument does make me sound like a bit of a hypocrite. 

-Fishies! Turdles!

-My neighbour who used to cross herself when she sees me has stopped doing so, and actually invited me over for coffee. For whatever reason, I declined and lied, saying I had to go to work in a few minutes. (I didn’t, but I was still thinking of the times she used to look at me sideways.) 

-I tend to use Twitter when I’m too lazy to blog. I hate Twitter. 

I’m beginning to think of switching to another platform, but at the same time, I’m aware that my problem might not be simply the fact that my software is an issue. I might dislike coming up with things to write about. I’m not entirely sure what the problem is. I haven’t updated my photographs in the past month whatsoever. It’s nearly January, and my December photolog doesn’t even exist yet, yikes. 

I should get on that. 


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