Same job, different uniform.

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Perchance to Dream of Other People's Blogs

I have never had much shame when it comes to admitting that I dream frequently and in living color. I will tell someone I've known for less than two days that I dreamt about them the night before. I will tell anyone who will listen about desperate flights from flesh-eating monsters.

It is a vice.

But it is my vice. And since this is my blog and you can click your back button at any time, I am going to tell you that since I started blogging, I dream about other people's blogs. Their blogs. I think this is strange.

Abba Gav is a very interesting blog. I don't know the occupation of the gentleman who authors this blog, but it must be sweet because he writes lengthy posts, primarily about things I know nothing about. (The only thing worse than my geography is my Middle Eastern politics, which is saying something. I once argued the location of Africa with a Spaniard.)

This is what I know from reading his blog: Hamas: bad. Israel: Good. Which is why I read his blog. (Actually I read his blog for his human interest stories. I am far enough behind in my Middle Eastern politics that his posts are sometimes overwhelming.)

Two nights ago I dreamt about Hamas. Or rather, I dreamt about the photos on Abba Gav's blog, which came to life.

I have also had anxiety dreams about comments I have posted on other people's blogs. Was I too harsh? Was I clever enough? What if I inadvertently typed "they're" when I meant "their?" Why don't bloggers post all their comments?

This is stupid.

The only thing more stupid is that I told you. Unless of course it's the fact that you are still reading.

SHARE THIS: Facebook | Stumble It! | | DiggIt! | Technorati


Blogger AbbaGav said...

I had the same dream! That is too wierd. Thanks for thinking of me. I will try, once in awhile, to post about something other than Hamas, but the're making it difficult for me.

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Blogger Lois E. Lane said...

True that, Tex! HA

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Blogger Julie said...

They're is no reason to worry. Your not too harsh.

Friday, January 27, 2006


Post a Comment

<< Home