Friday, May 08, 2009


Ok here goes – I am getting old. I don’t want to Tweet. I don’t want to be hyper-connected to my friends and I don’t wish that on my friends from me. No offence but I don’t want to know that Tiffany is walking the dog, hell, I don’t even want to know that Ashton Krutcher is washing his face or falling asleep watching a movie. Wow, that really sounds old – but I think he likes old chicks anyway.

Twitter, how much can we take? I’ll be honest, it is all I can do to run the web boutique, manage my other job, try to create goodies for the store, check in on Facebook and upload a blog post in between life. And can I just say that all of this activity has helped tremendously with excuses for why I don’t have time to cook dinner! But I really think I draw the line at Twitter. What sort of things would I Tweet anyway???

Just ate 5 cookies!

Am watching Godfather for the 1 millionth time.

Am cleaning cat barf yet again

It is not that my life is not interesting to me, I just don’t think that what can be said in a tweet can be that interesting to others. Ok some things could be great tweets I admit:

Just won Nobel Peace Prize!

Have finally lost those 100 lbs I was worried about

So that is what an orgasm is!

Now that would be interesting stuff, but until I can produce a stream of these types of riveting tweets consistently I am not going to sign up for twitter. And that is my final word – for now.


A World in a PAN said...

When the picture poped up .. I thought kitty hd been playing with my blog and had my little pigeon in its mouth!!
Your comment i my blog brings back memories of the time we lived in Tehran .. yes, there wer plenty of raw vegetables .. including radishes like these ones. We also get the whte ones at my local market.
Don't leave the blogsphere ..

Anonymous said...

Boy, Kim! I understand! It is simply overwhelming!

Gilson Graphics said...

Kim...I totally agree. I think that makes us officially old. But the beauty of getting older, I find, is that I just don't care anymore! Let them twitter and tweet away.
I would rather listen to birds outside any day.