Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Strange Friends and Christmas Songs

Andrew, a friend from high school, stopped by MyndFood tonight and left a few comments. He stopped by, in part, to tell me that he's opened up a blog somewhere out in cyberspace.

Andy truly is a strange character; fun, but exceedingly strange. Now that I think about it, everyone that I went to high school with, who is a MyndFood reader, was either strange or madly in love with me (yeah, you know who you are) when I knew them.

Even those readers who were in love with me were weird.

Come to think of it, most of the folks that I know personally who read this blog are weird.

This post probably isn't going to do much for increasing my readership, is it?

...what was I talking about?

Oh-Andrew: he's started a blog (using his new, $700 MacBook). And his first post is pretty good: it's about Christmas (which I enjoy), and music (which I love).

Of course, he's ruined "Christmas Shoes" for me (and for that, I'll never forgive him. Because how much more Christmasy can you get than a rich, aristocratic guy, giving the poor kid in line ahead of him money to buy the only pair of shoes in the store that'll fit his dying mother, for Christmas, so that she has shoes to wear when she passes?).

At any rate, stop over and take a gander. You'll enjoy...

...if you're weird.

7 comments:

Andrew Dillon said...

I so scored... I got a blog off my first blog. I think I should get an award or some such.

Anonymous said...

weird hunh? Like attracks like buddy. So for all those weird people to be drawn to you. You must have been the King of Weird. And for so many people to fall in love with you. You must be a very loving individual maybe you should think about that.

PJ said...

...some folks are SO easily flattered...

PJ said...

...but, hey: congrats Andrew, my man! You scored!

BTW: What are you doing on Saturday, 12/22?

Email me...

SheGazelle said...

I will gladly take my place in the strange category as opposed to the madly in love category.

Anonymous said...

I sincerely hope that you are not counting your father and I as "weird readers". We certianly don't have the qualities to fit there.
Love Mother

Katie Booker said...

I too will join the weird group! I think there is more people in that group than in the "madly in love" group!

On another note...I HATE the song "Christmas Shoes"!!!! =)
Everytime it comes on, Phillip and I try to make up our own words...it gets pretty hysterical!