Blog #3!

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Oh, you thought keeping up with my two other blogs was too much? Well, GUESS WHAT. There’s a third one.


This one is entirely impersonal, though. Just the way you like it.

Here’s the RSS feed, and I’m sure someone who loves me will make me a LiveJournal feed soon.


  1. Beth says:

    Wait, you have more than 1 blog?!?

  2. spaghedeity says:

    lostandlonelyleftovers is over the character limit.

    so i shortened it to “katiesmells3”.

    no, but seriously, what do you want it to be called?

  3. Kelly says:

    Shreveport really needs to throw away more food.

    For one thing, we’d all be less fat, and for another, I’d have abandoned food to photograph and send to you for you to feature on your blog, which would make me feel famous, feed my ego and boost my self esteem, thus making me a more effective human being.

    In sum: you’re saving the world with this shit, Katie.

  4. Sandy says:

    It makes me super happy that you put “Guess what” with a period instead of a question mark. I’m an English major and a grammar nut, and when people put it as a question, it really bugs.

    I need to get out more.

    • You know I had to immediately come and check the entry to make sure you were actually happy and not facetiously happy. Because you’re that kind of person.

      Looks like I’m safe this time, but let it be known that your corrections are always welcome here.

  5. Eric K. says:

    I think you might be addicted to creating blogs.

    • It’s true! I just love picking out colors and trying to solve challenges like Blogger not having an appropriate commenting system and setting up FeedBurner feeds and all of that.

      Clearly I should just redesign the blogs I already have over and over again, but that’s not nearly as time-consuming and headache-inducing.

      • Eric K says:

        I didn’t even realize it was a blogger account. Why the switch from WordPress?

        • Laziness, mostly. I still think WordPress is the best ever, but I didn’t want to take the time to set the new blog up on my own host, and I know so many people with Blogger blogs that I just settled for that.

          Of course, when the new blog becomes WILDLY popular, I know I’m going to regret not having all of the functionality of WordPress.