Wednesday, October 5

It took time but...

I finally worked out how to upload & publish pics on this thing. Like most things it's easy when you know how. You might want to look at these 3 blogger.com friendly add-ons, "Hello" - click here , "AudioBlogger" - click here and "Picasa" click here . All are worth having IMO, they're free too. The more you use this blogger with all of it's add-ons, the more it grows on you. Anyway, while messing around on this site I got an email from eBuyer.com, they've only gone and stuffed up my order for a second time. My new digi-cam, external hard drive, and other bits & pieces were all supposed to arrive tomorrow - no chance of that now. Tried phoning but couldn't get through - *unt's. An Essex girl is involved in a serious motoring accident, the ambulance arrives and the cockney paramedic asks "Allwight 'luv, where ya bleeding from?", the girl replies "Romford". For those of you who's sides are splitting, sellotape is available at reception. If you want to see something which is funny, well, it cracks me up, especially when mashed, click on the title "It took time but...", it sometimes take's a while to load.

Well, here we all are then...

I did have a blog on MSN MySpaces but then I saw this site advertised on the Google home page so I thought I'd give it a go. First impressions are good, it's all very customisable, easy'ish to use, and has a much better user interface so I reckon I'll like it here. I'll try and post regularly. The content will be mostly mundane, but if you're that bored and are currently unable to watch paint dry, reading this blog may temporarily help relieve the boredom. Have low expectation's, that way your disappointment should be manageable. While reading this blog there is a strong possibility that you may become depressed, or even suicidal, so here's a link you may find useful, remember, they're there to help - click here . Alternatively, click on the title of this post, "Well, here we all are then..." and meet Shazza, bless her little cotton, fake Reebok, socks.