I'm so fuzzy-headed this morning, it took me a minute to realize that the change to which you were referring was glowing right at me from the screen. With a new blog title, you can broaden your commentary beyond the constraints imposed by a pupu platter metaphor. Plus, I'll be able to talk publicly about your blog without eliciting giggles from the under-10 crowd.
You plan to talk about my blog to kiddles? Then I have truly arrived. Thanks!But why is your head fuzzy? What de rigeur au courant je ne sais quoi kept you out till all heures? Or are you just referring to some sort of fungal condition.
Don't use fancy words. You have to make sure this blog appeals to the lowest common Prince Gomolvilas.
Didn't I mention that Oregon Children's Theatre wants to do a stage adaptation of your blog called "Mr. Mead and His Magic Pupu Platter?" If we can't get the rights from you, we'll just change the title to "Mr. Smead's Smorgasboard of Dim Sum Delights."
Lovely new format!I'd like to suggest that whether or not Blogorrhea brings giggles from the under-10 crowd is still an empirical question.
Not to worry. The fuzziness was the result of an imbalance between the level of coffee in my system and the number of newspapers to read on a Sunday morning. It has cleared up.As for the under-10 crowd, let's talk about developing a stage adaptation of your blog especially for young audiences. Perhaps a holiday special to compete with your own "Christmas Carol" or, better yet, that new Marc Acito skit that's garnering all the raves. We'll call it "Mr. Mead and the Magical Pupu Platter that Saved Christmas."
exewhatever is fancy verbiage for me, too :)but i love your new look.like rearranging the furniture!mmmm. the chair is nice over here by the window. xox
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