I've had many ironic experiences in my life, but I never thought I would have one about a blog page. First and foremost, I'd like to say that blogging is LAME. Well, at least as of yesterday.
What's the deal with blogging anyway? Hmmmm.... I think it's the fact the people everywhere around the world can write endless amounts of posts about their seemingly exciting lives...or not so exciting.
Funny thing is, blogging in the past...well five minutes...seems like it could be fun and potentially a little addicting. Little addicting? Okay maybe huge addicting since I have a professor who is O-B-S-E-S-S-E-D with blogging. Actually she is the one who got me interested in blogging. So, thank you Sister F. for helping me become another obsessed blogger on the world wide web.
Now I come to another dilemma about blog pages. I have a blog entitled Paradise and Palm Trees. Catchy, right? I thought so too. Then I realized that it is the Christmas season and that I should probably create a page that emulates the spirit of Christmas. I figure, what's wrong with Christmas in paradise anyway? People pay good money to leave the snow during Christmas time. I'm keeping the paradisaical Christmas blog page as is.
So, back to my professor who is obsessed with blogging. I'm thinking that the smart thing to do would've been not to convince your students to spend anymore time on the Internet than they already do. Lets be honest here. We all know that everyone from age 5 to 105 spends most of their life on Facebook these days.
Life is becoming a vicious cycle of Internet blogging and facebook.
We wake up and get on computer, go to work and get on the computer, and then come home and get on the computer again. What is wrong with this picture? I'm thinking that being sucked into the black hole called a computer screen seems pretty messed up to me.
Anyway, that is life for you. Messed up. If your life isn't messy....then I would have to say that you are in denial...which means you're messed up like the rest of us anyway.
Isn't life wonderful though? Usually the big messy things in our life are the BEST learning experiences and help us to become better people. Kind of ironic, huh? I think so too.