Bees in the php

22 Feb

So perhaps you’ve noticed my blog has changed…again. Since my move to wordpress, I’ve been using a good theme, just not at all customized. So I’m kinda digging my new blog, it’s all good, and then I get a bee in my bonnet (yes, I said a bee in my bonnet) about changing it. I read up on it, and from everything I read, it’s super easy, wordpress can do anything, blah, blah, blah. All those people who said that are dirty liars. I started this little adventure Thursday afternoon. I worked on it all evening on Thursday. I worked on it all afternoon Friday and until about 1 am Saturday morning. Then Saturday, I woke up at 10 and worked on this freaking blog until 1 am. In case you’d never seen it, this is what obsessive compulsive looks like. Here’s what I learned.

1. I’m not nearly as computer-savvy as I thought. In fact I think I’m computer retarded.

2. I don’t know the difference between html, css, php, cbs or acdc. I don’t know whether I should be backslashing or headbanging. It’s all very confusing.

3. I’m way more obsessive than I thought I was. What started out as an excerise in improving my theme turned into a 72 hour ordeal rivaling my trek to the top of Mount Everest.

4. I didn’t really trek, climb or ever even get close to Mount Everest, but I know that this programming shit was way harder.

That guy? He totally feels my pain. Anyway, enjoy the new atmosphere, tell me what you think…as long as what you think is that I’m awesome and my hard work was totally worth it because my blog kicks all other blogs’ asses…if blogs had asses. If not, go to hell and keep your opinion to yourself. See that computer? Yeah…don’t mess with me. I’ll php you…or something.

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