I started my spring clean yesterday. I decided I wanted before and after pictures for my blog, so I went downstairs for my camera. Ten minutes later, having checked for comments and stats, chatted to the Hub and taken a bottle of water from the fridge, I had to come downstairs again for the camera I’d forgotten to collect.
My instinct is always to gravitate to my blog. If I pass the computer (in the lounge) on the way to start dinner or walk the dogs or do some ironing, I first have to check in with my blog.
The Hub says that if I am ever lost, all he has to do is turn on the computer. Like ET, pigeons and lemmings, I always find my way. I am a homing blogger.
I’m a pretty stupid blogger at times. This is from last Friday’s 101 post:
Blog 1111 times (1017/1111)
No surprise to learn that I over-achieved on that one.
Can you see what is wrong with my thinking?
To put it in context, this was a task that I had ‘completed’. I aimed to blog 1,111 times and I overshot by, let me see, take away 1,017 from 1,111 and that means…I’m 94 posts short of my target.
And none of you noticed!
Or – horrific thought! – you didn’t actually read the post.
Now I know why lemmings head for cliff tops: they are all ignored bloggers.