First off, I've reached a couple of silly blogging milestones that don't mean much.
I like to celebrate the little things, though, so I'm still going to tell you about them.
This is my 250th post. I know that's a pretty arbitrary number, but I like to think it's a small thing to be proud of. Blogging has done a lot for me, and there's something to writing nearly very day, even if it's usually only nonsense, very short, or utterly ridiculous.
I also recently reached 25,000 total page views for my blog. I'm still not exactly clear what the difference between a hit and a page view is, but apparently page views are cooler, and generated less often. You can read more about nerdy stuff like that, here. Of course, 25,000 sounds like a lot, but since that's really only like 20 people, coming back over and over again, it's not that fresh.
There is also something about the 2 the 5 and the 0 in both those stats that feels kind of Zen to me.
And now to the point: I'm a Twitter noob. I'm never on there, and when I am, I rarely get it. But Simon C. Larter, my good friend and critique partner (and Twitter Guru), and I had a great time last night playing around with the hashtag #zombieproverbs.
Some of the tweets are better than others. Check it out if you're in the mood for a laugh.