Just above the header of most Google blogs like mine, you can see the words "Next Blog".
Being a curious person with plenty of time on my hands, once in a blue moon I click on that "next blog" and see where it takes me. Sometimes I'll keep going to the next and then the next for quite a while. When I end up on a blog without that option, I simply back up to the last one I visited, click again, and it will take me to a different blog. I've learned a few useless things while wasting time like this:
1. Nine out of ten people don't last long at this blogging thing. Some only manage one or two entries, but those few words typed into cyberspace remain. I always wonder what their original plan was when they created a blog in the first place. Maybe they just wanted to see if they could do it.
2. The Mormon church must encourage young parents to start blogs about their families, because every time I blog-hop like this, I end up seeing a lot of young Mormon parents sharing pictures and stories of their oh-so-perfect children.
3. When you are plugging along through blogs and come to a warning "mature content only", unless you are VERY adventurous, don't let your curiosity make you give consent. I learned the hard way that I don't want to see whatever is on the other side of that warning. Yes, I did click. An idle mind is the devil's workshop, and I ventured forth. I'm still regretting it. There are some things you just can't un-see.
I just now stopped my typing, went to my blog, clicked on next blog and found THIS, which is fairly relevant to my life. I might check it out a little later. From there I found one that looks even more like my cup of tea HERE. After that, though, the common theme disintegrated and led me to a bunch of stuff that didn't make sense, plus one guy who left his blog and moved to Facebook and suggested I meet him there.
I guarantee that if I sat here and kept on clicking through blogs, I'd end up meeting some new Mormons. Don't get me wrong, they seem nice enough. Just too cookie-cutter picture-perfect and boring to suit me.
Just consider this your dose of useless information for the day.