How many of ya'll watched Glee last night? I did... and loved it! As soon as I saw the songs available for download this morning on iTunes, I knew I had to have them in my library. Especially this one- listen to it and you'll fall in love. Promise.
"Hello" and "Hope it Gives You Hell" are on repeat, as is "Highway to Hell." I can't wait for next week's Madonna episode! How funny was Sue's "Vogue" music video last night?! This song just showcases how amazing next week will be.
I predict mucho sexual tension between Finn and Rachel and the teachers (whose names I can't remember right now!) Check out a preview! I'm a wee bit obsessed, if you couldn't tell, especially with Rachel - in a non-lesbian way;) (and no, I'm not promoting them for Fox!) A girl can dream, though!
Back my regular life, as I don't have an awesome voice no matter how many times I sing in the shower/car... I feel like my neighbors aren't going to love me much this week- I just can't get enough of those songs!
Recently, a lot of people have asked for my blog's Web address and I admittedly gave it out very reluctantly. Which, at a most basic level doesn't make sense because I obviously want a lot of people to read my blog! I have always kind of been a quiet, shy person and I feel like sometimes I get into subjects I haven't discussed with friends.
The content of my posts are also affected by what the readers want, and if they've already seen posts, I try to avoid rehashing the same deets for you guys. Because hey, let's admit it, you can only read the same story so many times, even if it is about hot vampires and wolves fighting for one mortal's attention.
How do you guys deal with the embarrassment factor of blogs? Are you easily embarassed? Has blogging affected any of your personal relationships?
Not exactly THAT level of embarassment, but you get the idea.
Last night's post and a post from this weekend has already seemed to cause some drama in my life. Guys, my grandpa passed away and came back to life after I hit publish. I know it probably reads as a bit crazy, but I didn't want to delete that post. I've had to deal with a lot of deaths (and yes, I count the sinking of Concordia as a death. When you live on a ship and become an adult on a vessel it becomes your home... I cried watching the second Pirates of the Caribbean the other day.) All of these deaths are really getting to me.
I deleted a post of mine that I really wanted to write because it was so repetitive of other bloggers, and reactions I got to a recent post really surprised me.
I can also see some of my posts starting drama... I want to blog for me and me alone! At least, my ideas alone. I want to blog for you guys, too. The support system of the blogging community is pretty darn amazing, and I lurve being a part of it.
Life is hard sometimes, and adding more drama to it doesn't make sense! Blogging is such a great outlet- we should help each other out instead of bringing each other down.
Here is something seriously positive: Check out the food, um, man candy on this Shedding It and Getting It post. Made my Wednesday morning a heck of a lot better;) I'm begging for weekly installments! Here's my favorite guy.
And here's to more positive blogging for everyone! Enjoy the day, loves:)