Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Dear private bloggers,

Bloglines does not tell me when you have posted. I visit bloglines and look longingly for a new post to your site. Nothing. I am sad. I know nothing of what is going on in your little end of the world. There is a little [!] in red right next to your blog name and I have no idea why. Some of you I can't even get into my feeds so I randomly visit your site in hopes...hopes that there is life out there. And then there isn't. Not one visit, then another, then another...nothing. Oh, how sad. Do you see my sad little lip as it protrudes out from my upper lip. My eyes are droopy and a tear might just well up in the corner of my eye.

Then I randomly click on your blog because it has been so long that I don't even remember what the last thing is that you've posted. YIKES! Look at all I've been missing. Look at all the cute pictures you've put up. Look at everything that has been going on in your life that I am missing out on. You have such great thoughts and such great insight. I love to hear from you. I love to read your stuff. But now...now there is too much!!! I'm overwhelmed by weeks worth of entries and I don't know where to start. AAAH!

So I will pace myself and try to catch up throughout the next few days. Here a little, there a little. Maybe I'll go in order, maybe I'll randomly choose. I don't know. I'm just happy you are out there. Sad that you are private. Understand why you are. My head is a little higher now, the lip is back in it's proper place, and I've wiped away the tear. Welcome back my dear friends. I'll check on you often.

Fondly,
H

2 comments:

Bridget said...

Um someone is having some issues??? lol Maybe you could just ignore your family for a day and hoard your computer to catch up that might make everyone feel better...lol Not!

Monique said...

Hmm, I wish I could have an email when someone posts a new blog. I too have resorted to checking every once in a while...and then realize they seemed to have posted a million times since the last time I checked.