Like I did with Facebook and Twitter I was resisting. I should have known resistance was futile. Already I can see myself losing way too much time to Pinterest. But it’s so much more useful than Facebook (making lists upon lists of privacy options because I don’t want the people I felt I couldn’t get away with declining or defriending looking at my photos) or Twitter (sometimes feeling like I’m in a karate match with all the blocking I do of spammers). It’s such a great idea – a virtual pinboard, one place to keep all the random shit you find on the internet.
I had myself a little pinning party last night. Here’s a few things I’ve found so far.
I was going to buy this for my neice. But I don’t know if it would make it to her house…I really think it’s so cute. I’ll just keep looking at it a little while longer before I decide…
My brother and sister-in-law received this photo on a huge stretched canvas as a wedding present. I really love it. Sean Scott is a great photographer. Maybe one day when I’m a grown up I can have one of his canvases on a wall in my very own house.
If I stare at this long enough will it materialise in my fridge?
If CloudLoveBaby hadn’t introduced me to another way of wasting time on the internet I wouldn’t have found this gem on one of her boards. Harry Potter humour, love it.
Are you on Pinterest? Do you love it? I’ll let you stalk my boards if I can stalk yours!
*If you want to check out someone who also writes and speaks more eloquently about the reconciliation gap in Australia, please have a read of CloudLoveBaby’s latest post.