Why a blog (weblog)?  I have worked in the information technology field for more than 20 years.  When web logs first became popular, I pondered why people would publish their somewhat personal journals on the internet, a public forum.  I have never been one to keep a journal or diary.  I tried once in 1986, but it became a chore and something that felt more like homework.  I have an account on Facebook, but am really a random, rather than a regular, user.  I don’t think people are interested in my daily rituals.  For example, when I was commuting a further distance, a morning ritual would be skim mocha from the home espresso machine for the drive, switch to Earl Grey tea at the office.  I don’t find anything fascinating about that data.  I am still trying to wrap my brain around Twitter.   Why would I want people following me…?

March 2010
So, I am off on an adventure next week.  I will be on a volunteer vacation with an English immersion program in Spain.  I thought I would give blogging a try, now that the word, blog, has become both a noun and a verb.

November 21, 2010
Back again to share my experiences with Weight Watchers Online and food in “Psychology of Food.”

November 27, 2010
I decided to add a category for “Two Cutes” and share my adventures with a dog rescued from a puppy mill, in addition to other furry tales or tails.

June 12, 2011
Still not tweeting…

June 28, 2011
It’s been more than a year since I started this blog.  I now understand how powerful good ones can be in getting people to think differently and consider viewpoints other than their own.
However, I still do not use Twitter!

Visit the Table of Contents page to see what can be found on Two Cutes!


One response to “About

  1. Beth,

    I can’t wait to hear more about your trip AND see the pictures! Good job on the blogging that you were able to get done. It was fun to read!


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