Ten valid reasons for my absence.

2/13/2010 11:20:00 pm

Hi guys. It's just me. Thought I'd drop in and say hello... And perhaps invent some fanciful excuses give you all some valid reasons for my absence of late. It's been a month since I wrote, HAH, to think that I was going to make it through a month of daily posting. I must've been on some kind of good crack that day (like pancakes or waffles or something else really really tasty).

  1. I have a baby to take care of these days, and it's not all sunshine and roses you know. She poos at the front door when I am running late for work.

  2. To keep my baby in hay and cardboard boxes, in the style to which she is now accustomed, I have a full time real job now and I don't have time to play with you kids all the time. Go and watch tv.

  3. I really don't like Norwegian people. I don't even like the country anymore. It's cold, and it rains a lot. And there are only so many potatoes one person can eat.

  4. I am a suburban commuter now. I commute from the suburbs. People on the train smell funny and I never get an air-conditioned carriage, and so, when I get home from work I have a shower. I don't blog. I shower.

  5. Because of a number of the above, I'm just really not interesting at all, anymore. I have no stories. Nothing. No humour. No observations. Although I do wonder why people at Sydenham station in the mornings always run from platform 1, the Bankstown Line, for the train on platform 4, the Eastern Suburbs line, when another train arrives 3 minutes later. I walk at my own sweet pace, am guaranteed a seat on the 3-min-later train, which is usually a nice shiny air-con Millennium train, and sometimes I even have time for a sandwich while I wait.

  6. I am getting porky. I'm not sure how that's a valid reason for my absence, but it's true. See the above reasons 1, 2, and 4, for a possible explanation. And also maybe my love of cake.

  7. I don't like the way Blogger compresses my photos when I upload them. It changes the saturation and the contrast, and makes them look crap. And so now all my posts are just text, and that's no fun at all.

  8. I had to pay 700 dollars for a new computer screen, and when I realised I could have bought a Kitchenaid mixmaster for the same, it made me bitter and sad at the same time, and I began to hate life. But then we went to Ikea, so it was all ok.

  9. It depresses me to realise that all of my friends live in the internet.

  10. I guess what I'm trying to say is that really, I do love you all. Love ya guts. (Except for people in Norway. See number 3. ) I hope you haven't given up on me, because I'm back.

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    1 comments on this post

    1. Jessica1:10 am

      Nice with a bunny, at last! Does it (he/she) have a name? And remember, Norwegians are good to make jokes about. (hehe) Kram!


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