Sunday, January 10, 2010

And I shall make this clear as mud

Well I guess no one really wants to know about that time I almost got arrested on a military base as a teen and my Dad had to come and "bail" me out. And you really must not want to know that intolerance makes me so angry I turn green and bust through all of my clothes and start smashing things and throwing cars and people.

I'm okay with that.

What I'm really getting at and what I clumsily was trying to attempt with that last post was to see if anyone had any burning questions about my 37 years on this earth that I hadn't yet revealed answers to. Not necessarily the direction I should take this blog in. I like the general direction I've been taking it. Which,is no direction at all. It's me. It's comfy and I'm writing what I want when I want (I know selfish much). I know, I know I wasn't clear at all. If someone asked me what I wanted to see on their blog, I'd assume exactly what you all assumed. Don't worry I flogged myself for causing you such confusion and headache.

Oh and one other thing...the name.WM. I'm even confusing myself with all my online identities. So henceforth, I shall be...drumroll please.


Cuz it's the name that's on my birth certificate.

Smoochies to you all.


The Mommy-Files said...

You are so cute Stacey! I'm so glad we met at the QFC event and look forward to reading more of your blog and getting to know you better :)


Dumblond said...

I don't care what you talk about, as long as every now and again, I get to read it! Your posts always make me laugh...unless they are sad...then, not so much with the laughing.
Looking forward to meeting you this coming Friday!

Elisa said...

yay! out of the blogging closet babe ;-) celebration!! of course I already knew your name was Stacey, but I think it's cool anyway :-)

Debbie said...

I like going by my real name too. I'm far to old to remember aliases!

Not Afraid to Use It said...

Nice to "meet" you. :)

Whiskeymarie said...

Now I can say, "I knew her before she came out of the closet!"

Virtualsprite said...

I like it!

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I think birth registration opens the door to rights to children and adults which many other human beings take for granted: to prove their age; to prove their nationality; to receive healthcare; to go to school; to take exams; etc

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Stacey, it's so great!! After sseing that I wanna to meet you in real ;)