When I entered the Blogosphere

Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Introduction to the Intrepid Traveler
It was a dark and stormy night….
Well….it’s not very dark. And it’s not stormy, but as I write this, it is night. Right now it is actually quite nice here in SE Tx, in my secret lair, where I sit and create this first blog. Like Al Gore inventing the internet, this night will soon be forgotten.

Blog. Now who came up with such a term? I feel I need to wash my hands after typing it. The name sounds likd something that it is oozing up from beneath the toilet. Something is oozing up from our toilet but I would rather do this than deal with the ooze.

Now, as an explanation of why the heck these little stories were written, you must understand that I do not have much of a social life. And when I travel for business, I have nothing fun to occupy my mind. Therefore, I observe and record for my own pleasure, the things that occur when I travel. It is theraputic for me and unfortunate for the reader. Oh well. You don’t have to read any of this drivel. Take that as a warning.

These stories probably date back to the beginning of this century. Damn, that makes it sound like I must have written the first ones on parchment. But I didn’t. Since I am a confirmed Conservative, and don’t like change, I used a clay tablet. I remember writing the first story as if it were yesterday (cue the wavey lines and violin music).

I will post the actual stories when I have time. Maybe in the next century.

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