In case you don't, it's another blogging platform (*looks around, shifty-eyed, for the Blogger Re-education Enforcement Agents*). But here's the thing with Tumblr: You can put up ANYTHING. It's got built-in functions to make posting text, pictures, videos, quotes, links, chats, and audio as easy as clicking a couple of buttons. You can e-mail things directly to your Tumblog without even logging into the thing.
And there are lots--I mean lots--of amazing Tumblogs to check out and follow. There are Tumblogs with themes, like one I could weep over on a daily basis called Eat Sleep Breathe Dance, or the fascinating I Love Charts. Others are whatever strikes a person's fancy, like The Monica Bird.
I've fallen for the ease of use, the amazing things to find and share around the Interwebz. I love the search feature on the Dashboard, where you can type in any old thing and find someone, somewhere, who has posted something about it.
So, now I want to know: Who else Tumbles?
You can find mine here, where I post about writing, funny stuff, beautiful stuff, my cousin and his rockin' accordian, and other fascinatin' rhythms. Check it out. And if you haven't tried Tumblr, might I suggest you put on your big girl panties and dive in? It's not at all scary if you just take the first step off the diving board.