There is a growing trend out there in the blogging world that I have become increasingly more interested in. I have decided to, finally, take the leap and join in. This trend is known as, Blogging for Kim. It's where everyone who knows Kim, charitably, writes about the things they do with Kim. That way Kim can just link to other peoples blogs on her blogsite and not have to waste time doing it for herself. Of course, if Kim chooses to do something, by herself, or without a fellow blogger, she will have to blog about it for herself. I think I might be able to use this to my advantage in order to get Kim to spend more time with me. For example, if I ask her to go on a walk with me and she says she doesn't want to, I can use my blog as leverage by saying "If you go on a walk with me, I'll blog about it for you." Or, I can get her to do my dishes by saying "If you do my dishes I'll make up a really cool blog about you saving an entire family of, endangered, orphan, blue-tailed-quolls from a volcano." My kitchen will be clean, kim will become a hero, and google will have an overwhelming increase in the number of searches for blue-tailed-quolls.
Okay, so the real reason I started a blog was because I was feeling left out. I have been reading everyones blogs more often than they post. But no one knows I'm there. Once I posted an annonymous comment on Kims blog, back then I was scared to show myself, but now I'm ready to bask in the light of your full fledged attention. I'm ready to fly on the wings of uninteresting events described in detail and posted on the internet. And while I soar through the blue skys of the world wide web, you can all point at me saying "It's a bird, it's a plane...IT'S PAM!...oh and look, here is a blog about Kim."
So, Kim and I made relish the other day. Or I should say days. It took us a couple of days to do it. We didn't follow the recipies as exactly as we should have so we probably bottled 13 pint jars of botulism. You will all be getting one for Christmas.