Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Use It

I texted Kristabella earlier to complain about my inability to blog. I've already failed at NaBloPoMo, so am now just trying to post on days when I am home for more than a few hours. I think of funny or entertaining things while at work, but since I can't type them out while there, I lose my motivation by the time I get home.

I also told her that my most entertaining stuff are things I can't really put up here. I mean, I could, since I can do whatever I want. Free speech, blah blah, but they are either private things or things that would just cause trouble elsewhere. Believe me, though, when I tell you they are gooooood. They are better than fiction. You would probably question some of it as fiction, actually. Mostly the crazy. Anyway...

What I will write about instead is Twitter and my obsession with it. Ever since I got unlimited texting I have been twittering a lot. It's fun. It's the blogging I can do while at work...and while driving...and while drinking...and while angry...and while half asleep...and while...well, you get the idea. And now I get the updates of a few of my twittering friends texted to me, which has only added to the fun. (Unlimited texting. I am merely getting my money's worth, people!)

So I ask you...are you on Twitter?


Serena said...

Twittering is hilarious. It's the ADD of blogging.

Anonymous said...

I'm going to have to pass on Twitter... I'm not too interested in updating a blog type thing every hour on the hour.

kristabella said...

OK, first, it's Kristin. No e.

Second, I just read they are doing this anonymous blogging thing where you post on someone else's blog things you can't say on your site.

I think you should look into something like that. Because that story needs to be shared.

Miss Scarlet said...

Serena- I love it.

Randi- But you can update whenever you want!

Kristebella- That'll teach me not to reread. An anon blogging is intriguing.

dara said...

I love Twitter, but it doesn't work from my work computer, which is where I think of all of my best non-sequiturs.

And I agree about having an anonymous blog. There's so much stuff you can't share -- or need to edit judiciously -- when you know that your friends are reading.