My computer caught a virus and died. I think we got it from Facebook. If you catch a virus from a social networking site does that make it a computer STD?
It's actually been really nice not having the computer eating my life. I honestly can say I'm not sad the computer is still dead. I'm writing on The Hubby's laptop (okay, it belongs to both of us, but it's mostly for his use) but it's too much of a "hassle" to plug in the internet to do it very often.
I've missed blogging a lot, but strangely enough I don't miss Facebook. And not just because it gave my computer a skeezy disease. I was on there about 10-15 times a day keeping tabs on everybody and making several status updates. It was so bad that I started thinking about events in my life AS status updates. How best to compress this aspect of my life into 1-3 sentences. Sad. So I may do as my brother and sister-in-law and take an extended Facebook vacation. I can't just let go completely because that's how we're going to keep people updated on the birth. What will probably happen is we just won't set up the "real" computer and continue to use the lap top. Annoying enough to keep my off Facebook, but there when I want to blog.
The best part of this is re-discovering BuggaBoo. He's been going through a very needful phase. Once I got off the life vampire, I mean, computer, I realized that he needed me, he didn't need to learn as much patience as I wanted him too. And with fulfilling his needs I've noticed he doesn't have as many. He's actually started playing by himself, and not because I make him. He wants to. So I'm taking the next few weeks to enjoy my one-baby-life before round two. Expect to hear a lot of rambles on motherhood.
And now, I'm going outside to play because my toddler asked me to. Have a great and family-involved night.
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