the benefits of blowing up the blog

Okay, I realize that I am scraping the bottom of the barrel here, but I have this need to find the good in everything I possibly can.  This finding the good attitude is helpful when we Americans are stuck with a baboon of a president and a congress of his minions. At least it helps ME not go ballistic 47 times a day.

So, there MUST be something terrific about blowing up my blog and losing all my followers, right? Right….Maybe.

A list of bloggery death benefits

  1. I get to try a new theme! Yep, little funky flowers are gone and instead i have an enormous one with a do not touch button attached.
  2. I get a “do not touch this’ button….go ahead. don’t push it.
  3. I get a fresh clean map as all my followers are still searching the interweb to see if I am still breathing!
  4. I get to see new countries on my map for the first time!
  5. I have ROMANIA for the very first time! Woohoooo! I bet it is a tiny gymnast! Or a ripped body builder…not sure who else lives in Romania.
  6. I get to pretend I actually know SOMETHING about computers as i have had to find and use a new theme!
  7.  I get to beg for people to follow me…okay, so that sort of sucks…work with me here!
  8. I get to figure out how to go from my editor back to the feed so I can read stuff I think I just wrote! and sometimes even FIND what I just wrote!

Now, after seeing all these wonderful benefits….wouldn’t YOU like to blow up you own blog? I could use the company actually.

 

5 thoughts on “the benefits of blowing up the blog

  1. I think I’ll pass on blowing up my own blog, thank you very much.

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    1. well, of course…take the easy way out! lol

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  2. You are tempting me Suze… If only for the “Don’t click here” button (which I obviously jumped on!)

    I’ll think about it, and I’ll get back to you 😉

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    1. Isn’t that a great button? I LOVE that button! I am trying to figure out how to make it go to different sites……….lol

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