It’s my own fault. I said I would never do Pinterest, and then I did. It was really quite innocent. I was researching potting benches or how to organize a linen closet or some other equally vanilla-pudding-like topic, and one of the articles I wanted to save said to pin it. I didn’t know where it was going to pin it, but I clicked on the button anyway. It wanted me to log in, which required me to register before I could log in, so, of course, I did as I was told. Then it asked me to click on pictures of things I like. That’s when the problems began. I couldn’t quite tell which part of the picture was the important part or what it represented. Let me just say that somehow I have a ton of pictures on my Pinterest site that depict people with tattoos all over their bodies. Yes, they are lovely tattoos, if you like that sort of thing (which I don’t), but how they showed up on my Pinterest site is a mystery to me.
The other thing that is a mystery to me is how I allegedly agreed to follow all these sites that Pinterest says I am following. Every time I open my Pinterest app on my iPad, I find I am following a ton more people. Who are these people? Why do they say I’m following them? What’s even more important, how can I get rid of them? I ignored an email from Pinterest asking me to verify my email address, hoping they would leave me alone, but no such luck. I wish my daughter (My Pajama Days) was here because I’m sure she could explain it to me. Until I visit her at Thanksgiving, I think I’ll just ignore my Pinterest app. Except…how do you think I’d look with just one tiny heart tattoo on my