So I was going to discuss my current dissatisfaction with Cox Communications and their ability to inflate my bill without really telling me. I am mentally preparing myself for limited basic cable, by the way. Then I was going to talk about the displaced rodents outside my office and the Eau de Skunk I've been experiencing as I make various spreadsheets and write about OCU LAW.
Next I comtemplated posting pictures from Larry's birthday extravaganza at McNellie's, and explaning how after painstakingly trying to pick just ONE beer from the hundreds on the list, I settled on this delightful "Raspberry and Cream" Hoegaarden.
But I changed my mind, and even though I had some really titillating topics for you, fearless readers, I'm more interested in the increase of older family members using - GASP - social media.
Now that the fear of "inappropriate tagged photo exposure" has passed, I've discovered an ease to keeping up with my family, who live a couple of hours away. I thoroughly enjoy an Facebook chat with my uncle, or an @rachelawilliams from my mother.
I also love logging on and seeing some real gems like this posted from Christmas eve circa 1994. That's me in the middle, not smiling. I'm probably planning retaliation against my sister in her matching dress for stealing a Barbie doll prior to the taking of this photo.