10 February 2012

Setting up a blog

Believe it or not (depending on who you ask), I'm supposed to be a millenial.

Photo from nightclub.com.
Yes, I taught myself to write HTML in High School. No, I don't remember much of it...

Yet this is the first time I've set up a proper blog for myself. I've spent a couple days playing with link colors and fonts (which are likely to change), and enjoyed the process of getting my thoughts ready to GO LIVE!

A note to my coworkers:
I love you, I really do. It's gonna be really hard saying goodbye to such fun, dynamic people who are far too cool to put up with someone like me who still uses Internet Explorer half the time and whose primary email address is @yahoo.com (I promise, I will eventually switch to that gmail account I set up 3 years ago... but by that time, everyone will likely already be at the Next Big Thing).

But then I had a scary thought... I work with the web team and a slew of Mission Communicators. This is what you do for a living! This is not what I do for a living!

So in that vein, if you do decide to stop by my blog every once in awhile:

- Please be nice. Don't judge me too harshly for using bad fonts or colors or grammar or anything.
- If you think I'm making poor choices, please just visit Yvette's Bridal Formal and forget about little old me.


  1. Yvette's Bridal Formal is killing me! I just sent it to an engaged friend and his response was: "oh god this is awful!! i don't even want to get married anymore!" hah

  2. It's my favorite terrible website. I figure anything I do will be AMAZING in comparison :)