This post is dedicated to my bloggy friends who have succumbed to this so-called "Unplugging" fad. You are seriously bumming me out.
I know, I know. You've got things that need to be done like cooking, cleaning, raising of the kids, yada yada yada. But really, what could be more important than my knowing what is going on in your life at all times? If I don't have your blogs to read, what will I do with all my free time?
I could resort to doing household chores of my own, but why get my family's hopes up when you and I both know as soon as you plug back in, I'm there.
I could spend time gathering Wes' weekly expense reports for last year from the THREE different jobs he had so I can do our tax return. Nah.
I could start on the many, numerous decorating projects I have started but failed to finish. But it's really much more fun and less work to just look at inspiring pictures on your blogs of projects you have completed.
I think I'll just go take some pictures of some of the plants and trees that are starting to bloom around here, you know, so I'll have something to share with you all when you decide to plug back in.
In other news, I was going to pick up Caitlin from school today and was so absorbed in my thoughts about what I might blog today that I forgot to turn and then found myself halfway across town wondering where I was going. Oh, and when I got to school I figured out that Caitlin had Benchmark this afternoon and I wasn't supposed to pick her up until 5:00.
I do not have a problem.