I'm new to Twitter
—joining the site a few months back but not really "getting it" until now. In fact, I think that most people that use Twitter are unaware of everything that it has/does/wants to be. But here it is -- and I'm using it... Tweeting about things, passing out ideas - thoughts, links... it's fun. And, although it may boost my geek status to an all new enviable level (thanks to Mr. BV for pointing out this new addiction) I am finding my place among strangers, associates and friends.
So, in short, I invite you to follow me, but a few things to know beforehand:
When I'm not playing with my son or spending time with my family
I am designing or working on something for a client. When I'm not designing or working, I am blogging. When I'm not blogging, I am seeking out interesting stuff online for myself and my family. When I'm not online, I am probably doing laundry. When I'm not doing laundry, I am beating back the massive vine that is trying to eat our house. When I'm not de-vining, I am working on our family's wall of pictures and art galleried collection. When I'm not fendshui'ing art and pictures, I am on the phone—probably with my Mom. When I'm not on the phone, I am thinking about food. When I'm not thinking about food, I am eating it—while reading something--probably about food or art. When I'm not reading something, I'm watching television
. When I'm not watching television, I am enjoying new words like Quelm and Twanks.
I blog about things in my life, daily observations, designing, parenting—general stuff. I very rarely post images of my son online in fear of exploiting his own born-given right to free self-expression. I can be completely hypocritical about what I recommend to people versus how I live my own life, and I think that nepotism
is an ugly word that should be banned from existence. I also contribute to other blogs
including Artistic Things, play with my dog as much as possible and obsess about spreading the love equally.
So that's it. Follow Me and I will Follow You
- and maybe in-between we shall meet.