And the Interwebs Didn’t Die

Filed Under: Life, Mental Health

An interesting thing happened recently: I took a break from the internet and didn’t miss it.

I didn’t really mean to take a break and it’s no coincidence that my “break” perfectly coincided with me receiving my copy of Sims 3 Pets.

Is it sad that digital ponies have more of a draw than digital friends at this moment?

No Twitter. No Google Plus. No sites. Really nothing other than checking my email every now and then.

That’s actually a pretty big change since I’m a perpetual Twitter user. And, of course, the internets would roll over and die if I wasn’t on them all the time. Right?

Apparently not.

I’m not quite sure if I’m depressed or if this all just doesn’t matter as much as it did. What’s pretty funny is I don’t feel the need to examine it too closely.

We’re buying a house and that’s exciting and I feel like I should have been writing about every step of it but…meh.

And Ollie killed a butterfly that was in the backyard at the house and then lied to Cara when she asked where it went and it was both hilarious and disturbing at the same time and maybe I should have written a big, long post about it?

Just the idea of doing both of those makes me tired.

Randomness: read Before I Fall.

Yeah, it’s YA. The protagonist is a chick and the book is complete with teen angst and boy issues. But the book’s good and I liked it.


view from my backyard

View from my backyard.

Now you’re caught up.


  1. HeatherSolos says:

    The interwebz may not have died, but I slipped into a coma. Le sigh.

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