Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Blogging is addictive

So now I have my MySpace account up and a Blogger account. I keep looking at everyone else's to find fun new ways to spruce them up. I sign on at what is 3:30 in the morning in Chicago hoping to see someone not able to sleep, sorry guys. I check every email address and blog sight to see if I might have a new message. My heart sinks a bit when I don't see anything and skips a beat when I see someone has something to say to me. I'm not just pathetic, I promise, I'm in the transition of a move. The first year you are trying to settle and you miss everyone you ignored for the past however many years you lived in your last place. Eventually you have lived someplace long enough to have new friends on your speed dial list and it's hard to find time to get online and soon you let long gaps go without talking to your loved ones. Sorry if I have negleceted y'all. I need you now though...and who knows? Maybe I will always be this excited about looking for new messages and always look to find new ways to spruce it up and make it newer and better :-)

5 comments:

Crystal said...

Hi KC, I got your message I've just been SUPER busy, you can read about it on MY blog. I have family living with me and have not had time to be on the computer much. As soon as I get a chunk of time I will write you back!

Welcome to blogger!

KcMantravadi said...

No problem. I know how it can be. I'm not upset with you. Hope you can find some sanity in life. Thanks for the comment.

Kim Traynor said...

Well said. For those of us who stay put all the time it's hard to imagine what that must be like.

Janett Sue said...

Well! let me tell you Girl, we all love a comment on our blog. You know as Eeyore would say,"thanks for noticing me". I go to all the kids blogs and find myself very disapointed when they have not posted something new. Now I will be checking yours for new post and know that everytime you post you make my life a little more interesting. How nice for me to have a friend who is a world traveler. Did I tell You? I went to Chicago once. Stayed all night too. That is an old joke of mine. I think I am the only one who finds it funny.
Welcome to Blogger!

KcMantravadi said...

Mrs T, I think your Chicago joke is hilarious! Sadly though, when I lived in Italy, I knew American families who lived 45 min. from Venice for up to four years without ever have seeing it. Now THAT is sad.