Things I’ve learned recently

  • I have a tendency to like people or movies or characters simply because others don’t.  A good example, I like Brenda Walsh even though others don’t…particularly because others don’t.
  • Sugar hates me and I love it.  Sugar kicks my ass.  Sugar wins every damn time.
  • Staring at a computer screen all the live long day feels icky, it can’t be good for me.
  • I can have a green thumb as long as I have detailed instructions.
  • I’m not fully conscious from Monday morning through Tuesday evening.
  • A new term I’m using “let’s Netflix it!”
  • Having the option of a Theme Switcher on your blog let’s you change up your style from time to time…this may fix my need to constantly change the theme of my blog.  Now I have like 7 different colors to this theme and it’s got me a little too giddy I think.


  1. Gary

    March 22, 2006 at 10:26 am

    I have had a tremendous problem with sugar. I’ve come to realize that it usually doesn’t satisfy me but makes me wanting more. I read one time that to fatten cattle some feedlots add sugar to their feed. It stimulates the animal’s appetite. That’s what sugar is for ME. An appetite stimulant. Except for chocolate once in a while, I try to avoid it altogether.

    BTW, that theme-changing feature is pretty neat.

  2. Robin

    March 22, 2006 at 10:28 am

    That’s a great way to put it Gary, I think that suits me as well.

    Yes this theme changing thing is working out lovely and I love the setup of the theme as well. I’m very picky.

  3. Vince

    March 22, 2006 at 11:36 am

    Theme Switcher? That sounds delightfully dangerous.

    And by the way, I’m a Brenda fan too.

  4. Robin

    March 22, 2006 at 11:53 am

    vince – yeah you can change between different colors of this theme…it adds a little variation I think.

    Oh 😎 always nice to meet another Brenda lover.

  5. Caryn

    March 22, 2006 at 3:28 pm

    Love the theme changer! I’ve been tempted to add it to my own blog, but I change my template too often, and it’d be a pain to have to change *all* of them. I had to smile when I read about liking/disliking things simply because others dislike/like them. I’m the same way. It’s good to be contrary.

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