Heart of Dixie says . . . Miss Piggy, you have been annoying today.
Ah, the joy of learning how to work a new computer program. I’m sure once I get the hang of it, I will wonder what took me so long. But I got a little frustrated today trying to figure out WordPress.
For one thing, I put Miss Piggy as a Gavatar just for kicks and grins. I didn’t bother to find out if my cuz would like her, but I feel sure by her choices of Christmas movies, Miss Piggy wouldn’t be top on her list things which could represent us. Alas . . . Miss Piggy wouldn’t leave. Only after about three hours was I able to get her to go away.
I like Miss Piggy, though. Actually, I believe my personality is somewhere between Miss Piggy and Hermione Granger. Anyway, sometimes I feel like my legs look like Miss Piggy’s (not a good thing). Often I wish I were as glamorous as she. Mema is glamorous. Or at least she was. Sometimes I wonder if her rather plain grandkids are ever a disappointment to her. The lookers are clearly her step grandchildren. Oh well. At least I can pretend to be glamorous.
I’ve been known to bat my eyes like Miss Piggy and to swish my hair like she does. I am not exactly delusional that Kermit is in love with me like she is. (But then I don’t know Kermit, do I?) I know I’m not the kind to karate chop those who tick me off. In fact, I’m way more likely to pout and cry and (now) blog. I think it’s wonderful that both my cuz and I were able to vent some frustrations on the same day. I’m not that I want this to be a place where you need to have some cheese with that whine; however, I’m pretty sure no one got karate chopped last night.
I’ve stopped trying to understand this program. It’s time for me to fold some laundry (1.75 hours). I need to quit using this time-sucking device for a bit. However, I admit, that the novel trying to get out of me is thankful for WordPress. This is fun and finally getting me into the habit of writing. Thank you.
Miss Piggy, I thank you, too. I appreciate your finally leaving the upper corner of my page. Aloha!