Ok. So I've been browsing some of my favorite blogs lately (and by "lately" you realize I don't necessarily mean the last few days. Its more like an accumulation of lots of days that I'm lumping together, because I'm sorta lazy like that.). I've even found a few spare minutes to browse some newer, not-quite-yet-on-my-favorites-list blogs. Seems there's been a trend around the blogosphere that I either missed or unconsciously decided not to jump on. Honestly? Who decided that you had to list 100 facts about yourself for your 100th post? Was it made mandatory? Have I broken some apparently much recognized by everyone but myself blogger law? 'Cuz I'm now at 155 (I think? Give or take a couple.) posts, and not once did I think about doing that.
And answer me honestly here, folks.... would any of you even be interested in knowing 100 things about me?
Do you think I'm more interesting when you've made up random facts about me in your head? (Yes, I know this is going on the assumption that you all think about me AT ALL when you read this here blog. Um..... have I yet mentioned that its commonly believed that I'm somewhat of a narcissist? No? Well then, maybe its just me.) What if you were to learn something about me that just shattered any and all pleasant illusions you may hold about me? Would you all survive the disappointment? Would I survive being the cause of the potential disillusionment? (Because yes, it IS all about me. Remember?)
So anyway, let me know. I suppose if enough of you want to know (and perhaps include an inducement cleverly disguised as something chocolaty?) I might be persuaded to try to find 100 things about myself that I can share.
Or it could totally go the other direction, and I'd listen when you're all begging me NOT to share anymore than I have. (Remember the whole lack of frequent shaving thing? No? Ok then. Pretend I didn't just mention it again.)
And now, I will leave you with a rare, random political thought:
Ultimately, you need to vote your conscience and your heart, and hope that your values end up in office. If they don't, then you just need to decide how much you're willing to put up with before you move to France.