That being the case, I feel like we really are almost alone in our tiny corner of the internet. Like those characters in books and movies who live out in the middle of nowhere, and the main characters have to trek to their houses to get important information. Only we don't really have any important information. Well, none that you can't find anywhere else (like here, for example).
Aaanyway. I do think we'll probably go back to Twitter sometime in the very near future, because I was determined to tweet at Walt Disney Animation and ask them why they changed the character design for Christopher Robin. And then we decide to quit Twitter the day before the new Winnie the Pooh movie comes out. Smooth move. But! it's not like we need to stay away from Twitter or anything. We just want to, to save time. So it shouldn't be a problem to go back every once in a while, when we have an important question.
I really do wonder what's up with Christopher Robin, though, because I seem to remember hearing or reading or something about how they were really excited to go back to the feel of the original Pooh features from the 60's. If that's the case, why does Christopher Robin look so different? We have our theories, but the internet has enough baseless conjecture as it is.
Today I'm thankful for our plans with Leia being solidified, finishing the first draft of the book we were translating, remembering that we're supposed to eat cake after this (we were supposed to eat cake before this, but I forgot), having a stapler ready for when we need to staple contracts, and the computer working today.