Friday, October 24, 2008

The World of Threes

I was going through my google analytics report and noticed that I've had a couple hits deflected from the bazaar world of threes. It appears that this is the reincarnation of a deceased blog, arriving (again?) in the burghosphere October 18, but I do not know the details. What I do know is that he's got some solid posts and a great description of why he's in the burgh:
Mom moved back here. Dad still lives in Florida. And I’ve been back and forth between the two regions my entire life. Graduated from high school and college up here, but ended up moving to Florida after college because I couldn’t find work up here. But, about 8 years ago, I took the plunge and left an up-and-coming career and moved “back home.” People up here often say to me “I can’t believe you did that.” My response is always: “I can’t believe I waited so long to do it.” I love the region immensely, despite all of its flaws and quirks. There’s no place I’d rather be … except for maybe Salma Hayek’s bed … but that’s a blog for a different day.
Welcome to the Burghosphere and the Blog Roll III, may your posts be fruitful and multiply.

1 comment:

three said...

Thanks Jon!

It's actually the "reincarnation" of my old myspace blog, which I started in Aug. 2005. I opted to give it up in order to reach a new world of bloggers and writers -- but couldn't let some of those old post languish where they were -- hence why my October archive has stuff in from 2005 to now. I figure reaching a larger audience will force me to write bigger and better things, which I really need to do.

It's still rough. I'm still monkeying around in it and tweaking, so I'm sure it'll be changing over the next couple of months until I'm happy with its look and layout. And I'm also still a "true" blogging novice, but I've been having fun, and that's all that matters, right?

Oh yeah, it can definitely be a bit on the bizarre side -- I tend to write when I get overly tired and all the mind filters go -- but you know, when I look it, I don't think I'd have it any other way. :)