Like, I think I enjoy spending time alone with wine, but it might be because I don’t have anyone to hang out with and drink the wine with me. So that’s where you come in, I think, PLEASE COME IN!
It’s Thursday, and I’m in a giving mood.
(Not like that, get your mind out of the gutter)
I’ve had a slew of new followers over the past few weeks, which is amazing and I am super-dee-duperly thankful for all of ya peeps! So I wanted to take the time to get to know all of you, since you’ve been so wonderful as to care about what I have to say.
Which is awesome because my cerebral cortex is one weird place.
So here’s what to do if you want to be friends, which essentially means you’ll instantly be on the proverbial path towards greatness and celebrity status and I will shower you with compliments and fairy dust ( or just do it to take pity on me) :
1. I’ve added a shiny, new “Friends” page. And I want you to be on it!
2. Grab the badge at the bottom, put it somewhere on your page. Remember to link back to me (http://thehalfandhalfblog.com)! Once you’ve done this, message me, post a link to your blog in the comments, or yell really loud so that I can hear you telling me you’ve done it.
3. Once you’ve done it, I’ll add your blog to my friends list. Which is essentially like being the most popular kids in school, but it’s the internet, so it’s better than school.
4. Once we are friends, feel free to send me a message and let me know if you’d like to guest post. I want to make this here blog more like a conversation, and I’d love to have multiple perspectives on topics.
If nothing else, do it so I know my mother isn’t the only one who reads this blog. Help me, help you, help me. You can follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. Because too much of a good thing is never too much… or is it? No, it’s not, because ice cream and puppies exist, and you can never have too much of those.
Thank you again for being interested in the inner workings of my brain, and I look forward to finding out what you have to say. I love reading. Almost to the point where I do it too much and this is why I’m asking for friendship in return for virtual slice and bake cookies.
Read on, soldiers!