Happy Belated Mother’s Day, Mom, and to all the other mothers out there. I didn’t serve my mom breakfast in bed, but I’d like to think my presence was enough to brighten her day. She did go to the trouble of making a delicious banana pudding, proving once again that moms are great—at least my mom, anyway.
Given that we all enjoyed a fun, busy Sunday, I’m a bit behind on the blog, and plan on returning with more substantive posts tomorrow. I’ll likely pick up with a belated Monday Morning Movie Review, but on Tuesday.
Maybe if I follow that logic to its natural conclusion, I’ll end up doing Lazy Sunday on Monday, and SubscribeStar Saturday on Sunday. TBT will be on Friday. Not since the French went to their absurd ten-day-a-week calendar has such belabored calendrical tomfoolery been afoot!
In all seriousness, the blog has been doing pretty, with fairly consistent daily pageviews and a small uptick in readers leaving comments. Work and my illness late in April have eaten up some of the time I can dedicate to writing, but summer break is fast approaching, and I’m hoping to resume work on my next book, a collection of the first fifty editions of Sunday Doodles, and begin working on a planned collection of new, original short stories.
I’ve also finally hit ten subscribers to my SubscribeStar Page! That’s an exciting milestone. If you’ve been thinking about subscribing but haven’t done so, take a few minutes and do so now. The $1 a month subscription comes out $12 a year—the cost a single three-topping Stuffed Crust pizza from Pizza Hut. I’m not saying my writing is as good as a Stuffed Crust pizza, but seeing as there are nearly 200 posts on my SubscribeStar page already, it’s plenty of brain food to chew. And think of the calories you’ll save giving up one pizza!