I have nothing of value to say, so enjoy this picture.I laughed.
Also, I baked a cake in honor of my 50th blog post.
Actually, that's a lie.
I had no idea it was my 50th blog post when I made the cake.
I really made the cake simply because I wanted cake.
But it sounds better to say that it was a celebratory cake.
So here's to 50 blog posts, and all of my lovely followers.
Yes. Yes my cake DOES have a mustache.
My cake is more sophisticated than your cake.
Also, I feel like the 50th post should be even cooler than all the other ones ever.
So here's a tip for you,
Don't play in traffic.
OK, just kidding.
Well, I'm not... you really shouldn't play in traffic, but that wasn't your tip.
This is your tip:
Constructive criticism: it's your best friend.
Seek it where it can be found. Friends, teachers, parents, etc.
This is the only way to get better. I mean, of course you can get a little better in other ways.
Like studying other books, writing, learning the rules of editing, etc.
But seriously, constructive criticism is the most effective learning tool on planet earth.
I'm not entirely sure the above sentence is factual.
But it's close, so we're good.
And now a random blogger story.
Someone told me the other day that they read my blog.
I was like, "Oh cool! .....where did you find it and how did you recognize me?" Cause I'm pretty sure I'd never met them in my lifetime.
Before they left, they suggested that I become a stand-up comedian.
"I'll consider it," I told them.
Well, I've considered it and I must respectfully laugh at the thought.
I'm flattered by your suggestion but I couldn't be a stand-up comedian because that requires two things I'm not very good at:
Standing up and being funny.
Another person told me I must be the coolest person ever.
HAHA, no. As much as I would like to claim that title, I'm just some weirdo that gets bored during class and has access to far too many GIFs.
But thank you, kind stranger.
Enjoy your day.