I am a modern woman.
Well. What on earth is that supposed to mean? Nothing, really. I just thought it sounded like the way a post such as this one should begin. Only maybe I should have said, I am a modern young woman.
Let me provide some history. About 8 or 10 years ago, I finally dropped out of the Lead Pencil Club and began to use email (a little) and do internet research. Then I began to use email a lot. Then I discovered eBay and enjoyed a couple of years of buying and selling and meeting some Pretty Strange People. (Some might say they couldn't have been stranger than someone who sells sock monkeys on eBay.)
At one point I finally learned to use a digital camera and taught myself some basic Photoshop-type stuff. Still like that a lot.
Almost two years ago, after reading a couple of exquisitely horrible blogs, I wrote my first post.
And now I'm on Facebook. I know, it's a) really no big deal and b) kinda funny. Me? But it was by demand. People wanted to be my friends! Cute people!
My daughter says eventually it won't be quite as interesting as it is now. Another of my kids says it's more than a little weird.
And I say: Ann's "relationship status" is married. She is "looking for" friends.