Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Well, another day gone by. I would like to apologize for the lack of posting. It’s not that I, in the words of one ungrateful reader, “don’t care anymore”; it’s mostly that the play is now in full gear, and I’m lucky if I get to eat supper before 1100 at night (when most food places are closed). I get so tired that the last thing on my mind is posting, especially since homework is greatly escalating.

I do, however, happen to enjoy my wallpapers, and that’s why I post them. If you don’t like them, then I’ll quit putting them up. I guess I wore out my welcome, as people haven’t said anything nice about them (except for Megan) for months.

I did however put together this new stylesheet, one of 6 or so that I have going at the moment. Soon to appear will be a Sepia version of the site, along with versions for holidays (which I will unveil as fit) and other special occasions.

I am currently working on something like nine posts. 4 funny, 3 prose, and two wallpapers. And, on Friday, you will get a wallpaper again unless someone wants to post a guest post. So, Tony, if you hate my wallpapers so much, why don’t you write something funny, eh?

Anyway, I wish you all a good St. Patrick’s. Wear green or my mom will pinch you so hard they have to reinflate you, and I’ll get something up as soon as I can.

Love and kisses,


[ settle down tony ]

Author: Miles Rausch

I've made a smart playlist of all the songs with 0 plays. I listen to them because I feel bad for them not because I like the music. I'm THAT guy.

12 thoughts on “Happy St. Patrick’s Day”

  1. Your mother would never… never pinch!! love you and your last wallpaper was very nice and colorful… I just don’t get the same warm fuzzy feeling looking at wallpaper! Sorry my sensitive son of mine. love you

  2. There ya go M Train, I was just waiting for a post that was not a background, or a poem, or a post by somebody else. Catch cha later Dawg.

  3. Way to buckle to peer pressure son… I thought that the font was excellent not as drab as the ususal Times New Roman and even though the color was florescent… it was a statement. boo hoo… my son is effected by negative comments…

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