Tuesday, February 14, 2006

It's Time To Change

When it's time to change, you've got to rearrange
Move your heart to what you're gonna be
Sha na na na na na na na, sha na na na na na
Sha na na na na na na na, sha na na na na na




Ah, gotta love those Bradies, don't cha?

Taking the lead from Christina at Development Hell, and upon a suggestion from David Anaxagoras, I am changing the name of my blog to Things You'll Learn to Love About Me. The new title is based upon a posting I did a few weeks back. One that I have been extremely remiss in adding to daily. There is also a Robert DeNiro post that is long overdue. I'm just waiting for a sound byte for that one.

Also, I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on this whole RSS feed thang? I see it on my Safari browser and it looks like it might be something that could make life in the Scribosphere a wee bit easier. If there is a blog that's covered this already, just point me in the right direction. I seem to remember seeing something, somewhere...

Hope everyone is enjoying V-Day. Quite honestly - I'm not a real fan of this holiday. For a girl that spent most of her life as a four-eyed geek in Husky jeans, a holiday about boyfriends and candy wasn't a chart-topper. Now it means addressing Valentines (complete with candy) for three girls, finding red and pink clothes to wear, dealing with aforementioned girls as they sustain a sugar high during bathtime and, somehow, managing to let my husband know that he is my Valentine (although I believe we've rescheduled that for this weekend).

But for those of you who are hopeless romantics out there and get a kick out of today... Happy Valentine's Day.

5 comments:

oneslackmartian said...

You had me at "things."

Now, on with that DeNiro tale.

And just to send some bizarre Google searches your way:

On with the DeNiro tail.

shecanfilmit said...

I love the new title! I think it's catchy.

MaryAn Batchellor said...

I'm a scrooge. I have a great dislike for most holidays. The worst? Mother's Day! I'd rather not guilt people into buying gifts on a given day and I'd rather not be told I have to be more in love one day and dress up in a funny costume on another. Instead, I buy gifts frequently and randomly surprise people who need a smile, did me a favor, or love me every day whether I deserve it or not.

Patrick J. Rodio said...

The name is cool and it works well.

Isn't everyday Valentine's Day when you're married? Right?

(sound of crickets)

The Moviequill said...

doesn't that mean half off at Victoria Secret though?...like the name, I got to make a template change now