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What I Did This Morning

This morning I woke up, hit the snooze alarm a couple times, then had a shower, and made a smoothy with orange juice, some strawberries, peach yogurt, a banana and some wheat germ. I watched Sports Centre on TSN. Then I drove to work. Now I’m at work. I credit my inspiration for this entry to this site. Thanks, Stephen.

4 Responses to “What I Did This Morning”

  1. jenB Says:

    dude, your entry isn’t dull enough. you have links and everything!

  2. Michael Hall Says:

    Didja notice that he’s got lots of comments? Wow! This blog is an example people like my mother will use to wonder why people blog.

  3. randy Says:

    Yes, I noticed that. It’s interesting. Remember egoboo? I get caught up in that from time to time, and have to slap myself upside the head in reminding said self that I am doing this for my own reasons, which is to have fun and be creative, and nothing else. If someone comments, it’s just that much more fun.

  4. Stephen Says:

    I postulate that this blogging thing validates existence. I blog therefore I am. The less I blog (miss a day here or there) the less real I am. If I blog more I must be more real. Virtual supplants the physical. We can probably program ourselves to blog beyond death. Maybe that’s what Osama and Saddam have done . . .

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