Unfortunately, NOT! Take last week for example. Please. It’s yours. Anyway, there I was, reading my blogs. I like reading my own blogs. It’s like somebody else wrote them. And I like looking at the pictures. They look so clear and crisp and real, if I’m sitting at the correct height and the computer screen is tipped at the proper angle. If not, well then, I need IT support, but I’m getting there.
So, last week I was reading my blog. I started at blog four and worked my way down to blog one. That’s how it works. Top is the last blog I wrote and bottom is the first blog I wrote. Are you taking notes?
I quickly analyzed the incoming data and said to Sue, my editor- in-chief, “It’s interesting how those blog people worked this thing out. They control how many blogs I have in the website by gradually fading out the earliest ones until they fade away. That must be so they can fit all my blogs into the computer.”
Like they were geniuses. Sitting up in heaven, controlling all the blogs in the whole universe. Still having time to specifically limit how many blogs I personally can squish into my very own website.
“No, that’s not it,” Sue, my editor-in-chief, explained. “I used a lighter font for the first one. That’s why it’s more faded.”
“Oh. Well, shoot me down and pass the beer.” Duh.
However, would you do me a favour? When you read my blogs, would you please take a little peek at some of the earlier ones to see if they’re fading out on your computer? I’m not totally convinced.