You would think after blogging only three times in the last week that I would have a helluva lot more to say.
You would think that with a holiday I would have a ton of time to jump online and write up some stuff.
The fact that neither of the above happened really worries me.
It's not as though nothing happened around here. Not as though we didn't do anything interesting. We did. But none of it really seemed blogworthy. Twitter worthy, sure. But not blogworthy. Let's quickly recap...
- Hung out with family members many times
- Cooked Thanksgiving dinner (which we never wound up videotaping for a segment of Damn Fool Network like we had planned)
- Cleaned our house entirely
- Rearranged our living room twice
- Set up a Christmas tree for the first time in two years
- Had a couple snowfalls
- Went out to dinner for my brother's birthday, my birthday, and my parents' anniversary all combined in one; this also constituted the first time Katie and I had ever had fondue as a meal
- Went Christmas shopping finally (and got more than half of it done in a mere two hours)
- Discovered that Target offered rainchecks on Black Friday prices (yay for Target!)
- Bought a DS game for the first time in about a year (The New York Times Crosswords - interesting, I know)
- Went to the gym again and started up our diet again, just in time for the holidays
- Watched nearly all of the first two seasons of How I Met Your Mother on DVD
- Grew a beard
- Watched what is probably the worst holiday movie ever, Fred Claus, on DVD (Netflix should offer a free month of rentals to anyone willing to watch that laughless tripe)
- Watched the Bears get their asses handed to them by the Vikes
- Rearranged my Netflix queue and discovered that an inordinate amount of our queue is TV shows, not movies
- Changed the profile picture on most of my Web memberships (save for Facebook, MySpace, and some of the comment systems out there)
- Am attempting to wade through more than 1,300 articles and posts in my reader; if I don't comment on every one, please understand
See? I told ya. Lots happened. But how much was really interesting?