Well, long time no see! I’ve neglected the blogging world for quite some time. I’m hoping to change this by posting like a normal person, you know, more than one post every few months. I’m terrible at following through on projects, but I think I can make it work! I’ve even thought about doing a vlog every once in a while. Somehow when I blank on writing I can find many things to speak about, its an odd thing, my brain, but if it works it works…. Right?
You may be confused by my choice of title for this post, so allow me to explain. I wanted to revamp my blog, and in doing so I wanted a new header. Well, its obvious to everyone that my little blog’s name is “Three Little Bluebirds”. The question I was asked by my mother and Hannah, and I, in fact, posed to Rachel, who designed the header, was this, “Why is there only one bluebird?” I have a feeling we aren’t the only ones asking this question. I shall give you the answer Rachel gave me, which on much thought and consideration (which is all of about 10 seconds for me on such matters.) made quite a lot of sense, therefore here is the answer. The little bluebird you see that is holding a little umbrella is in fact, the ambassador bluebird. He represents all of the others, or perhaps the president, maybe a king or queen if you wish. As we all know, these are high positions, people that represent the peoples of a country, that way all of the citizens of these places do not have to attend a number of events and meetings, which would get very tiring, and it is for the people in those positions. That being said, that little bluebird you see, is my ambassador, he represents my little bluebirds so that they can fly, and do whatever it is little bluebirds do.
We have that established now, right? If not ask a question. If you still don’t understand past that, I’d say just give up, you probably have more important things in your life to deal with than my bluebird government. However, if I were you, I’d keep a close eye out. Before too long my little bluebird minions could be running the world. They’re sly, and very very clever birds. Ever heard the saying “A little birdie told me.”? Yeah, that’s talking about my little guys. Gru has little yellow guys, Elphaba (AKA the wicked witch of the west) had flying monkeys, Rapunzel had a whole lot of ruffians, and, well, I think you get the point. Minions can do damage, and mine are everywhere.
Alright, I think I’ve filled my odd post quota for the day. I’ll leave you to get on with your life, assuming you didn’t stop reading after the first few sentences of the second paragraph where it got weird.
Fun Fact: In those middle two paragraphs alone I used the word “Little” 11 times. That one there makes a total of twelve times in this entire post.