I've been watching a lot of TV (duh). But with yesterday's comment frustration, I didn't post about any of it.
So there's this channel TruTV that I'd heard about. I had seen advertisements for shows on the network but I didn't think I had it. I should probably tell you that I delete 80% of the channels from my TV's memory. There is no need for me to see HSN, QVC, The Weather Channel, etc when I'm just channel surfing.
Anyway, I found TruTV on my channel list, so I 'added' it and watched "World's Dumbest Criminals" It CRACKED ME THE FARK UP!
There was one dude who was drunk & fell and hit his head. I swear I was crying from laughter. It took me 20 minutes to stop laughing. I thought I'd suffocate.
Here's a clip that I didn't see on the show, but it gives you an idea of what the show is about. I now record the series. I LOVE to laugh. :-)
I had originally planned to talk about ALL the shows I've been watching, but there's something else I have to tell you AND I realized that each show can be a different post (scheduled) so there's new content every day but I don't necessarily have to think of it on the spot, LOL.
What I wanted to tell you is that yesterday's Haloscan Snafu really "affected" me. It shouldn't have.
When I started blogging, no one was reading my blog. I cared, but not so much that I stopped writing (Remind you of anyone, GURU???). Don't get me wrong, I LOVE getting comments. I LOVE knowing that someone else is reading my nonsense. But I hate thinking that I HAVE to have an audience to continue to express myself.
Blogging shouldn't be about that. When people other than my JJHF peeps would read my blog, I used to get such an unexpected thrill to find someone new. Now I find myself checking for comments several times a day to hear what my new "blogging peeps" think of my latest post.
I'm like a junkie.
I don't like that feeling.
But I'm not going to stop blogging...AS IF & perish the thought. I just have to approach it with a different attitude.
I don't know how to phrase it.
But when I say "I write for myself." I need to be able to mean it!