I joined Facebook a while back, and I would personally like to apologize to college students everywhere for invading your space. On the other hand, to the Facebook shareholders, you’re welcome.
(If you’re on Facebook and haven’t seen me in the “people you may know tool” then be sure to look me up.) I added this application to it called Flair, and I’m kind of addicted. It’s the image of a cork board basically on which you can put button-looking things that contain all your favorite things. I have “Mrs. Bohon” on one and “I Heart Boys” (if you’re just joining me, that’s a nod to all the Y chromosomes in my offspring – not a flashback to junior high), and a black one with the phrase from today’s title. I also added this sisters one just today. (You can make your own too! I’m unstoppable!) I’ve told you before I’m not cool, so it doesn’t really bother me that I’m addicted to decorating an imaginary cork board in an imaginary dorm room. It also doesn’t bother me that I can’t seem to stop adding scenes and quotes from friends. I’ll be labeling this post just for fun of course, because my Flair obsession has no meaning whatsoever. It’s just that I can’t stop doing it and therefore told myself today, “I am SO blogging that.”
In video news: Yep, the first Serenity Live video is up and running on several channels online. Please feel free to comment, but you should know I don’t accept criticism very well, or mocking, or random observations of annoying details I perhaps haven’t noticed myself. So stick to glowing praise and subscriptions to my fan club – I’m quite accepting of either of those.
In other video news, and with no disrespect to either my company or my awesome camera guy, Tom, or my sound guy, Nathan – you should really check out this video by a guy named Matt — It has “hell” in the name, but don’t let that scare you away even the tiniest bit. It’s a beautiful video that might very well make you laugh and cry and repeat the cycle more than once. As soon as I saw it – well, you know what I thought. (Re-insert title here – you got that, right?)