Dear new reader:
I'm so glad to have met you this month, and trust me, if you left a comment on my blog, I checked out your blog.
I'm guessing you found me because of the hilarious No Ordinary Rollercoaster, or perhaps because you were recently Google searching for "I am familiar with carpentry and I don't know who my father is.”*
This week, I'm going to have several posts dedicated to letting you know more about me. Sure, there are previous posts, such as this one and this one, that give you an idea what I'm all about. But I think it's time I get more in-depth.
Possible posts includes tales of high school**, a 100 Things list like this one on The State I Am In, a new poll (the most recent one is coming down to the wire between Cory/Topanga and Zack/Kelly! Get those votes in), a Q&A, a re-posting of an early favorite or two of mine, and other things to get us more acquainted with each other. I do not plan on buying you a drink first or chit-chatting. We are going to just get right down to the dirty business.
Dear long-time reader:
You want to know something? I appreciate you more than you know. Every day, I write something for this blog hoping to make you laugh, or at least make you wax nostalgic about Boy Meets World and Fresh Prince. I'm glad for the new readers jumping aboard, but even more, I'm glad you keep sticking around. Maybe you'll learn something new about me this week.
But even more, I want to learn something about you.
That's why I'm challenging you.
Your mission? Write one post on your own blog this week describing:
A) Something nobody knows about you, or
B) One of your favorites stories from your childhood, or
C) Your 10 Top Favorite (Fill in the Blank).
Then, leave a comment on one of my posts this week or e-mail me with a link/info on the post. When I get enough links, I'll put together a post featuring links to everyone who participated. We'll make it Get to Know You day. Newbies, you can join in, too.
* Actual Google search that led someone to my blog. I write posts providing answers for Google searchers, as I consider it is my duty as a blogger. The answer for this one? It's a quote from Charlie on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."
** Much more interesting that A Tale of Two Cities, or tales of the glories of Christmases long long ago. Not necessarily more interesting than Duck Tales (Ah woo-oo!).
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