You would think then that everything would be rolling along smoothly. Well, you'd be mistaken. There have been no outright disasters, but it's not so pretty in the DTC world of pet reporting. To start with, Babble uses a different program and format than I am used to. I have barely mastered the program over here, I think you know that there is all sorts of synapse misfiring going on in my head as I try to work it all out.
|There were no pictures of|
someone crying while
using html codes. I can't
imagine why not.
Aside from some other html-related unhappiness, I feel like I have been getting the hang of things and have amused myself with some of my posts (hopefully some other people have been amused as well). Don't be too happy for me yet. This is where Kyle comes in (you know, from the title). Kyle sends out a daily report of the traffic to each person's posts. There are five of us. I am at the bottom. Every day.
Last week (week 2 for me), I e-mail Kyle and ask him to clarify a couple things about the report. At the end of my e-mail I say to Kyle that I notice my numbers are way lower than everyone else's and would my baking him something help that. Obviously, I'm joking (like I have to time to be baking when I have html codes to learn). Kyle. Flippin'. Told. On. Me!! He tried to be subtle, but he told!
|I won't forget this Kyle!|
I know there is something probably wrong with me, but knowing that my joking made Kyle all nervous and jumpy makes me want to e-mail him every day. I just feel like I would be doing him a big favor to help him get in touch with his funny side. That is assuming that statistic and math guys have a funny side.
And, just a little F.Y.I. for Y.O.U., I checked out pictures of the Babble staff. I believe the average age is about 14. Alie is super cute, and I would love to look all perky and happy like her, but her picture mostly confirmed for me that I am probably older than her actual mother. That means that I was told on BY someone young enough to be my child TO someone young enough to be my child. It's like a sign of the apocalypse or some sort of Lord of the Flies thing where the children are running the world.
I would write more, but I have to go back to reporting on the animal kingdom. If you feel like giving Kyle something to do, you can go check out what I've been doing over at Babble. Here are my two posts I like best:
13 Reasons People Are Better Than Cats
Pigs: The Piranhas Of The Farm World