Blogs seem to be a thing of the past. There are a few troopers that carry on, but the wonderful community that existed some eight to ten years ago is long gone.
But I think I will come back and do my own little thing here. Maybe its old school , retro, classic...etc.
Life continues to be a struggle - mostly because of finances. Some due to mental issues. Things change, yet they stay the same.
Random thought - first of the year. What's with the new toilet paper commercials? "Enjoy the go"? "Are you getting everything you want from your toilet paper"?
It reminds me of when I was in middle school, we had a drama class. For the class we were broke up into groups supposed to come up with different sketches. The small auditorium was mostly empty save for a few random things left laying about. One day, our sketch was supposed to be some type of television commercial. My friend Fred, the most outgoing and charismatic of my friends, found a light socket with a light bulb with a three foot wire attached to it. I am not sure why that was laying about in the auditorium but it was. For some reason, we thought we would do a toilet paper commercial. Fred was going to be the announcer. We got Chris, the kid that usually got pushed around - mostly by Fred, to be the tester. I think I was the assistant. The commercial went as follows: Chris would do his business and then use toilet paper A. After which he would bend over and Fred would hold the light bulb on the wire up to his butt. He would indicate how toilet paper A had left scratches and not done a good job at cleaning. Then Chris would do some doo again and use brand B. Again he would bend over while Fred used the bulb to illuminate his rear showing how this time he was clean and had no scratches.
The students all found this hilarious, especially because Fred could really sell it. The teacher, however, was horrified. She was also a friend of my mother, who got a call that evening. All my mom could say to me was, "Why?"
We were middle school boys - similar to the ones who now are apparently writing toilet paper commercials.