If you’re reading this then I am dead.
If you’re reading this, you’re either a fan, a friend, a relative or my husband or some random person who found their way here.
This is my official blog disclaimer. Please read.
This is my blog. It’s a place for personal rants (argh!), observations (argh!), shit-spinning (parry spin duck!), art (I duz it!), photography (I duz that too!), philosophising (talking to myself), arguing (see philosophising), and asking questions (mostly rhetorical). It’s also a place where I put the stuff I love and which interests me.
You may not like what you see and read here. You know what? NOT MY PROBLEM. This is my blog and blogs by their very nature are personal – unless you’re one of the professional blogger types, which I am not. I make no apologies (anymore) for the stuff that I write here. I take no prisoners.
If you know me in person and don’t like what I say, I’d suggest you put on your big kid undies and deal with it. My opinions are part of the whole of me. If you like me, you respect that I have them and that they won’t always be in line with yours.
Sometimes I password protect stuff. I do this for a reason. If you want the password(s) to those entries, you need to ask me. If you know me outside of the blog, you can ask me in person, otherwise shoot me an email – I’m easy to contact. DO NOT be offended if I refuse. Sometimes what I need to say just needs to be said. I’ve been blogging for 10+ years and I find it cathartic. Shooting it out into the webisphere means I’m not stewing. This is good thing, for you and me. Trust me. At one point my pathetic rants were world famous. (Seriously, I got nominated for webby awards for my bad-tempered musings… which only proves that the web was seriously lacking entertaining content back then…)
So… if you’re worried about anything that I say/do on this blog, I’d suggest you close your internet browser and head on outside, get some sun and forget about it. Or, you know, browse another site. I am one mind of several billion on the planet. What I say really doesn’t matter in the grander scheme of things.