My experiences with the interweb this past week:
I was just doing my part as an American citizen and answering online census questions. It took 30 minutes out of my day, but I was happy to oblige, Uncle Sam. Also, the three warning letters to “TAKE YOUR CENSUS” scared me. And what do you do in return for my obedience? You mock my inability to walk on flat ground. You make fun of the fact that I can and do trip both up and down stairs. I get it, census gods. I’m clumsy. Way to rub it in.
Then an email from weddingchannel.com. Finally, weddingchannel.com? What, was I on the verge of spinster-status and THANK GOD I tricked someone into marrying me before it was “too late”? Finally. Hmph.
And then there was Facebook. Freakin Facebook, man. I have not even been married a month and Facebook has decided that it’s time to put my near-spinster eggs to use. Thanks for the not-so-subtle ad placement, guys.
Thank God one good thing came out of the internet this week, and that is this picture of my nephew on an Easter egg hunt. Makes the mean, pushy, creepy advertising things the internet did to me all worth it 🙂