So there’s this blog I follow that is incredibly successful. The blogger lives here in Salt Lake and has made quite a living from it all. And you know what? I’m OK with that. I mean I’m jealous, but I’m OK with it. Lots of people so aren’t though. It’s like people are so angry that she has made such a killing from simply writing about her life. And I’m like, uh what’s wrong with that? I mean if it works, don’t be mad that you didn’t think of it first. Don’t be such a hater because you sit in a cubicle for 8 hours a day. Today she posted a link to all of these hater comments and I was absolutely stunned at how mean people can be! Who are these people? I know you have to develop a really thick skin when you’re doing anything that is open to criticism (like blogging), but holy shit! Hey meanies, settle the fuck down!
There are other things to worry about in life besides how people are spending their time or making a living. Like how my dog is a fear biter. You know how much I love my dog by now, I’m sure. He’s been featured here, here, here, here, here and all over here. I mean the little guy is seriously the love of my life. I have such high anxiety about the fact that he wants to nip at people’s legs because he’s a nervous norman though. That’s what I worry about. Don’t worry though, we have roped some friends into risking their legs so we can teach him properly. It’s weird that people actually say yes when Rob and I are like, “Hey do you want to come over for a beer and a bite from our dog?”
Another thing to worry about is the fact that 8 year olds are now texting while riding their bikes. Yep, that’s what happened in front of my house yesterday. Some elementary school kid riding his bike, not looking or steering, but texting like a mad man. Oh, and there was totally a medical incident with some of my tweaker neighbors last weekend. Since I’m pretty much a detective, I have decided that it was somehow drug-related. Listen, four cop cars don’t typically show up alongside the ambulance and then hang out talking on the lawn for a really long time if it’s just a regular ol’ medical emergency. I’m all over it!