Wednesday, January 09, 2008

So far behind the curve

I had something reaffirmed two days ago that I'm not very proud of. I'm waaaaaay behind the tech curve - I didn't know what Twitter was. But now I do...and I'm still not sure that anyone else on the planet would be interested that I'm doing laundry, taking a nap, peeing, scratching, you get the drift. My life is not Twitter worthy.

Not quite sure what Twitter is? Well, they say: Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? I say: Huh?

Honestly though, who on earth wants to peek in on the life of a SAHM that naps a bunch of the day, desperately clings to her sanity, washes clothes (and dishes and kids) and occasionally wanders aimlessly during the course of a day (yup, all in the same day!)? I get that some folks who are more plugged in than I might want others to know what they or others are doing, or maybe marketing folks (like the nice guy I met the other night), but me? Nah...I twitter for no one...and I'm still behind the curve...so I'll stick to blogging...



At least these folks get it.

3 comments:

Nancy said...

I'm still dubious about Twitter because I fear no one would be interested in the minutia of my life. (But then again, I do succeed in getting a blog reader or two!)

Robin said...

I think I too will stick to blogging and not venture into the world of twittering.

Daisy said...

I've found Twitter to be fun, but not as fun as blogging. Last night I was twittering my reactions to a playoff game, and one of my "followers/ followees" was doing the same thing!