So, as you can see, I spent some time updating the blog. Â I’ve changed the theme (I’m widgetized now!). Â I’ve installed Jetpack. Â I’ve gone back to visual posting so I can use Zemanta again. Â And I put in a proof reader that promises to alert me if I am about to piss off half the population by using biased language such as “founding fathers.” Â Unfortunately, that proofreader isn’t savvy enough to understand that there weren’t any founding mothers. Â Unless you count Abigail Adams. Â I’ve read that John actually talked to her about politics and such.
I have cooked lunch. Â Ok, it was breakfast for me and lunch for them. Â I have perused Facebook. Repeatedly. Â I have played Entanglement. Â I have discovered that my favorite make-up company ever, Aromaleigh, is back in business. I have sat on the couch and listened to the thunder, and right this very minute I am waiting for the rain. Â I can’t decide if I want to read or sleep while I wait.
I had intentions of folding the laundry piled up in the dining area but if that happens, it will be after it cools off some. Â Which it should do shortly. Â I just realized the teen who slept on my couch last night turned off the fan that I have set by the ac vent. Â Silly children, don’t they know I get too hot to think clearly without it?
I’m really trying to get back my blogging mojo. Â I’ve become very used to Facebook’s easy share and comment routine, but that forum doesn’t really allow for the full development of ideas. Â It’s been a while since I blogged with regularity, I know. Â But it’s been even longer since I let my political views out on the blog.
Umm, yeah, it’s cooling off like I thought it would, but I am still sleepy. Â I think I will get my book and pretend to read a bit while I wait for the sandman. Â What am I reading? Â The History of US, Book 1. Â So glad you asked!