Carly Catastrophe

{September 30, 2008}   Update

So, after learning that at least one person I know was googling me, I made my blog private. I’ve since changed my mind. What? I’m a woman, I can change it whenever I want dammit. I thought about deleting a few posts too but I have decided against it. This is my creative outlet and I would like to keep it as such. Although I do wish that some people would leave it alone and not google me. If you really want to know what’s going on in my life, you know how to get in contact with me and I would be more than willing to talk with you about it. I know I can’t stop you from googling me and I wouldn’t try to but, I am going to ask.

Regina, please do not google me. You know my home number, my mother can give you my cell number from there, and if you send me a myspace message I’ll give you the screen name I use now. But please, don’t google me. It kinda creeps me out.


Ps, why is it that when you google me, you get my blog and when I google me, I get info about an old actress who did B Horror movies?

Louise says:

Why do you blog online if you don’t want anyone to read it? I’m new at blogging so truly would like an answer.

carlycatastrophe says:

It’s not that I don’t want anyone to read it. It’s that I don’t want certain people from my past googling me and coming across my blog. And honestly, if they want to read it, that’s fine I guess. But knowing that people I know are reading it makes me feel like I have to censor myself more and that’s exactly what I don’t want. Sorry for the slow response time, I’ve just moved and haven’t had much time to be on here.

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