Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Confessions of a Failure of a Blogger

    I've neglecting you, my massive army of,well, sixteen followers (AND ALL THREE OF YOU WHO READ MY POSTS). I used to blog all the time but I am here to tell you the tale of why your feeds have not be graffiti 'd  with my name.
   Well, first of all I've been in driver's ed. that's four hours a day, six days, until Saturday. What does driver's ed teach me? That I want to go home... in something other than a car... while avoiding railroad tracks.
   School has been excruciatingly hard.I just keep reminding myself that if I don't do well this will be my future:
I won't graduate
I won't go to college
I'll work at McDonald's
All I'll be able to afford is McDonald's food
I'll die of a heart attack before I'm thirty.
At least, if I die now from the pain and torture of school, it will be quicker and with more honor.
    If my brain explodes, I want pieces of it to be sold on Ebay. The rest of me should be fed to starving cannibals. I want to start a campaign to save them. No one cares about the poor, starving cannibals in other countries. It's a tragedy.
   I haven't had any free time, and for some reason blogging isn't considered a priority to my family. I don't understand that at all. I've been working and doing school in the morning and have had somewhere to go the rest of my day.
    I just learned I'll be losing my job at the end of may,so I need to concentrating on finding a new one. Maybe I can find an ostrich farm to work on.
 Imagine being one of those people who own llama farms.
 "What do you do?"
 "I have a llama farm."
"No, seriously."
 "Really! I do!"
 " you don't have a job."
"Narcotics,eh? Maybe I should call the cops."
   Anyways! That's all of my excuses. Do you forgive me?


  1. You call 35 posts a failure? I've only posted 7 times all year and no one seem to care... :)
    You have an ostrich farm nearby? Cool. We have one too and I thought it was unique. I think there's an alpaca farm nearby too, which is kind of like a llama...

    1. Alpacas are adorable!I think we have an ostrich one... Those birds are scary. What do they eat? Radio active watermelon?

  2. Life happens, there is nothing you can do about it and I am sure everyone understands. I am fortunate enough to have some free time to write a blog daily, at least until this summer. As always, love your humor!


  3. Don't worry, of course I'm not mad at you. I totally understand...I haven't been able to blog as much as I would like to because of school, as well.
    And you keep up the Facebook page, so that provides some nice humour when I'm doing HW...
    (BTW, I'm planning on "blog tagging" you, just heads up...)

    1. Thanks for the support! Ooh, yay, being "blog-tagged" is exciting.