Thursday, June 30, 2011

Cutest Landing

I have recently started publicizing my blog. Not in a real way, but in a hey look I have a blog too, kinda way. My method of "promoting" my blog is by telling friends that it exists, and giving them the URL which of course leads them to the blog. And the Question:

Cutest Landing?

That is because my blog title makes no real sense. I chose it because I like it, and because when I decided to create a blog I couldn't think of a witty title. So I decided to go through my Facebook status updates, and I found a Facebook app, which I have sense lost, that would tell you the most commonly used words on your status updates. My first two were, Cutest and Landing. And a blog title was born.

I feel like the title could have a deeper meaning, if you chose to think hard enough about it, although this might require you to think like me.

The landing part is easy, mostly cause I am almost always falling down, and you cant land if you dont fall. I also constitute falling as other random things that happen, where the end result is me landing on something. For example, getting hit by a car. So I am pretty good at landing, because I have a decent amount of falling practice.

Although if you go deeper, you could perhaps find more meaning in this. Everyone has a past, and I started this blog to deal with some of those issues. A friend of mine once told me that its a miracle that I am kinda normal, so I consider that to be one big landing.

Cutest...well I dont really have an in-depth analysis of this one, unless you take it to mean, clean or neat and neat as in precise like the The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch


  1. I was thinking Cutest Landing was more like one of those hands in the air poses a gymnast makes after jumping off the parallel bars. :)

  2. Or neat as in that's how I take my scotch. Or bourbon. I think it's a great title and you can read into it or just like the sound of it.

  3. L.G. All of my sisters did gymnastics so I know exactly what you're talking about.

    Libby, good point. Its completely open for interpretation.