Suddenly school has made me very aware of the days of the week, unlike I have ever been during the last 6 years.
Most of you have slept in, unless you have a kid that’s not yet a teenager, then you were still up with the roosters. Maybe you’re still in your jammies. Maybe you went to the park.
But whatever you’re doing, it’s a slow day in the blogosphere, so I thought I would use today to conduct some bloggy business, so as not to bore you during the week.
Not that this will be boring. Not. At. All.
1. Please, please, please, if you like my blog, will you please let your facebook friends know by clicking that little facebook square up in the right corner and then click “like” when you get to my page. Please, please, please. Come on. Here, I’ll even make it easier for you. Click HERE and then click “like” when you get there, k? I don’t ask for much, right? The occasional comment, but that’s it. I know we’re all a little peeved at facebook right now, but believe me this will all blow over, and please don’t take your rage for facebook out on me and my innocent blog. So, go ahead. Go click. I’ll wait right here.
2. Just a reminder, I’m a part of a little website called Top Mommy Blogs. Whenever you click the little brown banner at the bottom of my posts you’ll see their homepage and it’ll count as a vote for me and my blog. I’m currently ranked at #37 overall and at #6 in the humor blogs category. Holla! The more votes I get, the higher my ranking. The higher my ranking, the more people see my blog. The more people who see my blog, the happier I am. So, click, gosh darn it. Everyday! Every. Single. Day.
3. I like you guys. Thanks for being my readers. Just wanted to say that.
Finally, I saw this in Target the other day when I was scouring the aisles for Snapple Iced Tea.
(Again, try to contain your jealousy of the speckled yellow tile that covers my 1940’s kitchen. Mmmm, k?)
It’s totally me in a bottle, right? It’s called “Middle Sister: Sweet and Sassy.” I had to buy it, because it’s so me! Unfortunately, it didn’t taste as good as I had imagined.
That’s not an analogy for my personality, right?