First blog post

Hi! So I’m new here. Well, not on this planet, but out here in internet land. So, you may have noticed my blog name Splatteredink contains the word dink. Or, maybe you didn’t notice. It’s okay. In this blog I’m okay with whatever you notice or don’t notice. You are in a safe place here. There are two things I’ll share about the name, first, I don’t physically have one— a dink I mean. And second,  the combined word combination made me laugh.  So I kept the name. I vote for laughter. It’s a well known fact if you support and share in laughter you’ll live longer. Not only that but laughter chokes out hostility every time. Therefore, if my children read this, “In your face, I’m keeping the dink.” Just don’t tell your friends.

It’s a crazy old world. Meaning it’s always been crazy, there’s just more sane people to notice. There are so many people with so many dream and they’re all looking up at the same old stars wishing for good things to twinkle their way into hopeful little hearts. And I honestly think it can happen. Anything can happen. I believe we are all destined for wonderful moments and magical happenings. This world is jam packed with eye-popping events that most of us don’t even know about.Did you know that everyday your heart creates enough energy to drive a truck for 20 miles? At least thats the rumour— well—I read it on a fact website. I don’t quite believe it though. I think the distance would vary depending on the fitness of the heart. You know, like a 60 watt lightbulb uses more energy than a 40 watt lightbulb. I logically assume that an athlete competing in an Ironman competition would power a vehicle further than a guest on ‘My Four Hundred Pound Life’. Like I said, we live in an eye-popping world.

I also mentioned we are destined for magical happenings.  No worries I still don’t have a physical dink. What I can tell you, is that flowers can grow faster listening to music, and music has the ability to repair brain damage and return lost memories. How amazing is that?

This concludes my first post. It may or may not be representative of future postings. I know for certain my dog and I will continue to read the blog together. It’s been a pleasure. And no, I still don’t have a physical dink. Just because I said pleasure— doesn’t mean pleasure.

One thought on “First blog post

  1. Yes, as a matter of fact I did notice. I noticed when you sent me the link. I’m relieved that you did take some power choices and went from Splattered to Sharpened. It went from a Bobbitt reference to getting right to the point and I truly admire that. I love you!


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