Things I could have blogged about

It’s not as though I have nothing from which to construct a passable blog post. It’s just that I’m not making the effort. You might say that I’m cheating on my blog with other social media. So here’s what you missed.

I could have blogged about ladybug moving day. The photo essay would have made excellent blog fodder. Instead I posted it on facebook. As I explained to my facebook friends, with 750 new pets I don’t know what’s going to be harder, naming them all or telling them apart. Here’s a teaser photo…

lb4Or I could have blogged about looking for Ed Kaz at the Princeton Record Exchange. It might not have gone over well on wordpress, but it would have been huge, once upon a time, on xanga.

preI could have blogged about the terrace party at a 20th floor penthouse in midtown Manhattan. I could have shared the photo of the women who stared at us all night long from the building across the street. Instead I posted the photo on twitter.

nycAny of those accounts could have passed for a perfectly respectable blog entry.

I’ve been a bad blogger.

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8 thoughts on “Things I could have blogged about

  1. I’m a bag blogger too, but this post gives me a great idea to blog about the stuff I cheated on with #othersocialmedia. I feel a blog hack coming on…if you’re ok with that?

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  2. Everything you could of blogged about is every interesting and fun! Way to go! At least you THOUGHT about things to blog about. I don’t even do that most times! πŸ˜€
    That Johnny Cash poster is cool! πŸ˜€
    I gotta’ say….the ladybug blog would of been a winner! πŸ™‚
    HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

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  3. I’ve noticed a lot of women staring at me over the years, mostly in department stores. I’d never though much of it until now.

    Fender makes a guitar amplifier called the Princeton Reverb. It’s all I can think of when you post about town. I’d like to know the story of that amp. It would make an excellent blog post, in fact.

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