Sunday, July 29, 2007

Rock Chick Update (Blogathon 68)

Well, it’s 12:30 am and I’m still doing okay along with 386 other bloggers who are still going strong! The hardest part of this entire blogathon is having the posts ready to go in thirty minutes, especially with the internet acting up (which seems to be a problem with everybody I’ve talked to today) and YouTube not uploading anything. Did some satellite get off it’s course or something? Doesn’t the person in charge of the internet know it’s Blogathon? I guess not!

I was determined that all of my posts were to be well, actual blog posts with some interesting or entertainment value! I’ve stopped by a few blogs where all that's been posted is “I brushed my teeth”. I hope my posts don’t come to that. If they do, I will know it’s time to call it a night, even though I saw that particular post at about 3 this afternoon. :)

Just my 2 cents. Not that this one was really about anything or even entertaining for that matter :)

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COMING UP NEXT: I have no idea because I can’t get some of the videos I’ve been wanting to post onto YouTube. We’ll have to just wing it and see :)


MissMeliss said...

Just got back from show, and thought I'd check in with you.

Keep going, you're hours past the halfway point :)

The Rock Chick said...

Thanks melissa!

It hasn't been bad at all. In fact the first 15 hours were a blast! It's a little slower now that I'm sure most people have gone to sleep!

No worries and congrats on your raffle win!!! Thanks again for your help!

Janie Hickok Siess, Esq. said...

Hey, you're doing great! I've been checking in from time to time all day . . . glad to see you're gonna make it!

BTW, it is a full moon. Probably not a good idea to have the Blogathon on a night when the moon is full because too many weird things happen.

The Rock Chick said...

Thanks! I'm hanging in there! I really didn't think anyone was awake...well, other than me and 300 or so other bloggers :)

Thanks again for all your help! I really appreciate it!

Ned Hughes said...

I think it's in Murphey's laws. Satellites and other technology will always fail when it's needed most.