Everyone read and digested the original post? Good. Let's move on to the reply, then:
(Ooops, I very nearly copy-pasted from the wrong document. You almost got my thesis conclusion... I think we all should be glad I caught it in time..)
Here it is:
#1 - Kudos! Personally, I can't bear the shame of not doing it once I've committed. I'm running out of pre-written posts, though, so I might crash and burn towards the end...
#2 - I'm the exact opposite. I can come up with a million ideas for blogging (tee hee, I almost wrote bligging), but sitting down and actually transform them into a post. Tough.
#3 - I suspect you're right. I'm no gemini, but the description fits...
#4 - Actually, that sounds like an installation piece I saw at the modern art show a few weeks ago... (a blatant lie, since I haven't been to anything artsy for month, but it could have been). I say it's pretty interesting!
#5 - That ALSO sounds like an installation I pretend I saw at the modern art show a few weeks ago...
#6 - I know, right! I'm exactly the same. I even often read many of these in Google Reader, so my paying attention to y'all isn't even registered as a visit. *shame*
#7 - I hate that feeling. You want to address something about comments or awards or whatever, but then you feel you can't because it sounds like you're fishing. And I only approve of fishing when it's done as environmentally friendly as possible.
#8 - Another good point. I am wordy, most of the time. I have kept it shorter for the most part this month, but I'm not sure how much I like it. In the long run I think I'll stick with a max five per week schedule. It just gives me a little more space. (Plus, blogging every day inevitably means that some of my posts ARE crappy. And I hate that.)
#9 - Tee hee. Write like rain? Read like sunshine? Query like hail?
#10 - So sad. And I love that song. So so sad. (And I'm wondering what OMFC means...)
#11 - No. But it is SO sad!
#12 - I hate to point this out, but you could have gone with "an even dozen". You know, if you weren't so tempted to go for fifteen.
#13 - I didn't mean to reply to all your points either, by the way. I just started, and then I realized I couldn't stop.
#14 - Did I ever tell you (and by "you" I refer to the blogosphere in general...) that Odd is a common Norwegian man's name? Yeah, so is Even... (No kidding)
#15 - And we wouldn't want you any other way. Yay!
I told you the list wouldn't make sense if you read it standing alone... Now go visit Heather and really read the original post, okay?