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November 12th 2010 1 minute to read

I just don’t know what to say anymore yet I feel like if I don’t continue to post everyone will forget about me…

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I only got four hours of broken-up sleep last night. I’ve never been good at napping. I’m just left in this exhausted awake state of being.


Happy/Blessed Beltane, everyone!

Playing Catch-Up

I am pretty sure the last two weeks are catching up because I am beyond exhausted today. Trying to get caught up with the online world.

I Redesigned, Again

I redesigned OSN. It looks best at higher screen resolutions. That’s where you get all of the fancy effects. It’s fine on mobile but absolutely shines on a computer. Hopefully, everything works across the board. I tried to make the homepage an actual one, harkening back to the olden days of blogging.


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No way, Sarah! We wouldn’t forget about you!

Aww thank you! I just get so overwhelmed by it sometimes.


I won’t forget about you! Besides having known you for like, what, ten years now (or close to it), I follow you on Twitter and I’m subscribed to your RSS feed!

Reply to Jenn

Thank you! LOL I still remember you commented on the first EVER domain I had (that I shared with my sister at the time).


I think posting once a week is plenty to stay on people’s radar.

Have you thought of writing about something other than yourself — maybe book reviews? You seem to read a lot, based on your GetGlue posts.

Lovely photo!!!

Reply to cheryl

Thank you! Oh I LOVE to read, however, I wouldn’t know how to review ANYTHING. I even sucked with book reports when I was in school lol. I don’t write about myself too often, especially lately. I got REALLY burned out blogging ABOUT blogging and WordPress though.


You could do reviews! There’s no magic to it — it’s just giving your opinions. You talk about whether you liked the book, whether it was easy or hard to read, if something about the book bothered you (unlikable characters, too much explanation, confusing plot, etc.), things the author did well (creating a new/believable world, for instance, or really vivid characters), whether you would read the book again, things like that. The only thing I suggest is to try to avoid giving spoilers — or if a spoiler is really key to why you did or didn’t like the book, at least warn people first. Otherwise, I don’t think there are really any rules to it. Just give your opinion and try to be helpful.

Reply to cheryl

I wouldn’t forget you hun

Reply to Damita

As Jenn says, RSS won’t let me forget you. :)

Reply to Amy

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