Monday, June 26, 2006

Feeling the love

So, it's been a week since I've been in the blogosphere. I've been soaking up some BlogRays and wearing my BlogSunscreen -- Like my tan? I thought I would get BlogSick (like seasick - bad joke), but except for dealing with the totally addictive tendencies of the blog. I guess that's been ok. I think the medical term is "Blogger Addiction Tendency Syndrome." I don't know, but I think I have the BATS!

Anyway, thanks to everyone for your advice and support over the past week as I've been getting started. I now have a blogroll going and some of those little button thingies in my side bar. I'm feeling the BlogLove (BL). I hope I don't get BlogOverload -- I don't want to have BO! HA!

14 comments:

Moof said...

Oh my! You seem to have a very high BP! (Blog Pith) That must come from having BATS in your blogfry.

"posted by Dr. A at 3:33 AM on Jun 26 2006"

By the way, Dude! Do you ever sleep??? 0.o

Lea said...

I wonder if there is a 12 step program for the BATS? I may need to join.

ladybug said...

DOC!
can we gat a surgeon general warning about reading your blog, it causes some issues here. as a doctor, how harmful is it to laugh so hard you spray iced tea out of your nose?
just curious...i wouldnt know that first hand. a patient asked me that yesterday...yeah, thats it.

Dr. A said...

Moof, Sleep is for the weak! Besides, insomnia is a symptom of BATS. Don't all bloggers pretty much have this?

communityhealthcare said...

Blog a little blog with me!

Artemis said...

Hey Dr. A, I'm enjoying your posts. Perhaps you can help me, as I seem to be afflicted with a severe case of BS (BlogStupidity). I've been trying and trying to get my side bar to show links for a blogroll, but the best I've been able to is delete one of the "EDITME" links. Perhaps I'm also BKD (BlogKnowledgeDeficient)...perhaps there's a supplement.

Looking forward to more of your insights,
Artemis

Fat Doctor said...

You've caught the blogger virus. Welcome to the club. There is no cure.

Dr. A said...

Artemis, I tried to post the answer in this comments section, but was unable.

You can try this link to see if it is helpful: http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?answer=110&topic=22

Just e-mail me, and I'll do my best. I'm a Moof mentee and may need a Moof consult, but I think I have a good handle on the link/sidebar thing.

Cathy said...

Yes, I have the blogger insomnia also.
It's a BIG symptom of BATS.

Wow, you are fast, didn't take you long at all to get linking all sorted out.

Moof said...

I'm a Moof mentee and may need a Moof consult, but I think I have a good handle on the link/sidebar thing.

*LOL!*

Too cute ... I have a "mentee ... who's a "blinsomniac," no less!

Seriously though ... anyone need any blog advice - just holler! :o)

communityhealthcare said...

hey MOOF! I did not see the comment section on your website (you'll have to forgive me with my blogging ignorance!) How do you add a blogroll, I wonder? Thanks!

Jess and Jetta said...

Holy crap. I go away for three days and you have a million comments. I do have to agree with whoever said it-your entries are entertaining. :)
I too was afflicted with the ailment that you mention above, but I have seemed to shake it-a little. :)

jumpinginpuddles said...

ok well i thought being blogsick was hysterically funny, is wondering how i missed such a cool blogsite, but it doesnt matter weve found you now hahahahaa

Hans G. Engel, M.D. said...

With a gestation period of a mere two months, I seem to have also turned into a BAT. I knwow I should join the BA (Bloggers Anonymous): I neglect chores, forget to make up my bed, clean the kitchen, leave mail and newspapers behind - all due to the urge to read or write blogs all day long. Why get addicted to heroin or meth when you could blog?