happy birthday to you!

So, here it is. My blog. I was thinking about ways I could celebrate the momentous occasion of turning 25 (though we all know it’s just a number… right?), and after much internal discussion, with no one but myself, I decided it would be a great time to start a blog. In response to the ever popular (or infamous) e-mail updates over the past few years, I’ve gotten many suggestions to start a blog, but I’ve always stayed away from blogging for one reason or another. Until today.

Don’t expect this to be a place where I rant and rave about the horrors and difficulties of my life, and don’t expect it to be a place where I tell you how amazing my life is either. I don’t plan on detailing my daily actions or necessarily even giving an overview about what I’m up to on a daily basis, but I’m sure a little bit about what I’m doing in my life will creep in. I don’t expect this to replace the e-mail updates, which I really enjoy doing, but an additional outlet for me and an additional way for you to connect and bond with me.

As the subtitle “my mind in words” indicates, I hope this blog to be both a place where I share a little of the inner workings of my head and maybe even a place where you can converse with me and others in my world about topics — serious, mundane, humorous, irreverent — that I ponder when I’m living this life. I have no idea how often or rarely I’ll be making posts — that’s all part of the experiment of a new blogger like myself, I suppose.

That being said, I’ll end my first post with this question:
Can soap get and/or be dirty? Discuss

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4 Responses to happy birthday to you!

  1. Adam Bjorlin says:

    Happy Birthday big bro! How can we be so old already? I hope you have a great day celebrating a quarter century of life.

    “Cultivate your legitimate strangeness.” -RenĂ© Char

  2. Emily says:

    Soap is merely an emulsifier. Who knows what contaminants can be suspended in such a suspension.

  3. Emily says:

    so that was a little redundant…

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