Hello there world!
OK... this post will be much less whiny than the last few have been... I promise!
So first of all, an update. My geeking has been coming along nicely.
Long story short, I've been re-writing websites and setting up new servers. The learning curve is steep, but I think I'm turning the corner. All of my sites are now mobile-compatible, the one that was crashing all the time has finally stopped misbehaving, and once I get things transferred to the new server I'll be able to cut nearly $100/month off of my expenses. Plus, having a better understanding of what's going on "under the hood" can only be good, right? So, a big woo hoo on that front!
I've also stepped up my game in terms of making new content for my sites - which is actually the part that I really enjoy. My latest accomplishment is falling snow gifs... Waddya think?
That brings me to my little Santa story. For some reason, I woke up this morning thinking about this, and thought it might give you all a little chuckle. So here's a little holiday humor for you.
One year, I decided to leave out some cookies and milk for Santa.
When I got up on Christmas morning, I was delighted to see that a few of the cookies were gone, and half of the milk had been drunk. BUT, on closer inspection, I was horrified to see that the rim of the glass had lipstick on it!!! WHAT?!?!
Needless to say, this was a very disturbing development. And there were only a few possible explanations.
Option one: My mother had stolen the cookies and milk left for Santa.
She, of course denied this, and really, it didn't make logical sense. I mean, there were plenty more cookies, and gallons of milk in the kitchen, if she'd wanted some, she could have just gotten them there.
Soooo... option two: There really was no Santa and my mother had been impersonating him by eating the cookies and drinking the milk.
But, I was not quite ready to believe that, sooo....
That left only one more plausible explanation: Santa was a cross dresser!
Anyhow, that's the news from the funny farm.
I'm sure everyone can remember that first moment when they realized that there really was no Santa Clause... I'd love to hear yours!