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Of those twenty, two are “Britney Spears,” and a sampling of the others includes “gin,” “vermouth,” and “olives.” With this riveting information, I’ve managed to gain the interest of eight different people in the last twelve hours, several who think I sound “interesting” and “funny” and who make me think that they haven’t actually read more than five of the words I’ve written.
For the sake of taking this seriously and getting this blog off the ground, I complete my profile, but seriously, I’m not sure there’s a point since it seems that most people are just looking at my picture and deciding that I’m “interesting” based on the color of my hair and my interest in Brit Brit.
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Remember those awful myspace surveys (am I dating myself?
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So my profile is currently composed of approximately twenty words.
I created this blog over a year ago during what I like to call my “crisis of direction” – a period of months when I had no idea where I wanted to go in life or what I hoped to accomplish.
The blog was created with the intention of documenting my various dilemmas and hopefully providing some insight and perspective during what was, for me, a highly depressing period. Shortly after I created the blog, I got a new job, moved to a new city, found a new direction, and suddenly had no need or desire to write about myself or the quarter-life crisis that I was no longer floundering in. A year later, I’m still happily moving in my new direction at the new job in the new city, but I’m looking for a project.
And these are not nearly as fun as My Space surveys circa 2003.
How am I supposed to answer “What are you doing with your life?