Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Don't you love sensationalized titles that force you to click to satisfy your curiosity and then disappoint with something mundane? Yeah, me too.
Anyway, I was at least slightly shocked to find that when I googled "grilled cheese trampoline" there are 12 pages of results before this blog comes up. Which sucks considering that I made the quote on the front page
"Arabella says "If we were little people, we will jump on grilled cheese sandwiches like they were trampolines"
our official blog description (since I couldn't figure out then how else to make the quote show up on Blogger, although now I know there's a widget for that. so maybe it's good we aren't boxing ourselves in as the grilled cheese trampoline people, as we are so much more than that, and I'm going to rotate the grilled cheese thing with a few more catchphrases as Arabella creates them) But at least I learned something and that is:
There are a LOT of people that eat grilled cheese before/after jumping on trampolines, and then they go and write about it on the internet.
Another shocker: I saw this article on Problogger.net entitled 15 Bloggers to watch in 2013, and I'm not on the list. Apparently having a erratic posting schedule, haphazard formatting, and a narrow topic of interest does NOT put you in front of the Problogger editors (probably also not a plus to start sentences with "Which sucks because...", especially when you know it's wrong but are too lazy to write otherwise). Who knew? But I still recommend reading the article although I was overlooked as there are some blogs on there I never heard of before, but look really interesting.
Three that really stood out to me that I'll be following:
1. http://hairromance.com - a step-by-step hairstyle blog
2. http://yesandyes.org - A super fun blog about lots of random stuff. Plus, blogger Sarah Von Bargen is 33 years old like me so she's automatically got supercool cred with me.
3. http://www.alexbeadonphotography.com/blog/ - a photographer's blog with gorgeous photos and Photoshop tutorials that even I can understand.
I asked Arabella for something "shocking" she knows to round out this post. Her's her contribution:
"Marching is so hard that you even fall down when you skate, and then you march, march, march on the ground. Twiggy told me that."
So enough with the sensationalism already; I need to leave this where it's at now, as the bed I'm sitting on just became Arabella's Chinese restaurant and I need to pick "dinner, food or dinner."