I'm always late to these things. It took me months to join Facebook, another year or two for MySpace, and I still don't have an iPhone. But now I have a blog.
And if this world needs something, it's more personal blogs.
In this space, you will not find a laundry list of what I happen to do on any particular day. I lead an uneventful, simple life in sunny South Florida as a copy editor for a huge media conglomerate with an emphasis on sports. But if something does happen to me - and it's not too embarrassing - then maybe I'll share it with you. Otherwise, prepare to read about what angers me or what TV shows you should watch or what the best Nintendo games of all time are. You know, the important stuff.
I figure I might as well conform sometimes. Some of my friends have blogs, like this one from a non-English Award winner or this relic from a scarf-wearing Euro wannabe. But it's time for the children to clean up their toys and go to bed, because an adult is here and he wants to cuss and drink margaritas.
I'm doing this because I should write more and MySpace wasn't cutting it for me. So I look forward to you habitually wasting your time reading this blog.