Although I now have two years of blogging experience under my weathered bellman’s belt, I have always been a stranger in a strange land when it comes to guest blogging.
My first guest post is up at Dumb White Husband, a great site to visit, even if you’re not unintelligent, Caucasian and single – and male. What I Really Want for Christmas is my personal wish list. I hope you have the time to drop by and check out Benjamin Wallace’s cyber-den. I promise its worth the time, folks…
UPDATE! Here’s one more dumb white offering from me to you, folks. Enjoy…
YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO CHECK THIS OUT…
Sherrie Theriault is a supporter from waaay back and a rare and gifted artist. Pop over and check out her poetic offerings when you can, all right?
CHECK IT OUT!
TIME FOR OTHER BUSINESS..
A shout-out to my blog buddy, Kristen Lamb and her best-selling tome, We Are Not Alone: The Writer’s Guide to Social Media. Give it a try, folks. You won’t be disappointed…
ONE LAST ITEM OF BUSINESS…
A fellow bellman and artiste/filmmaker extraordinaire, Joseph Mancini, has created a new digital presence to share with the world. Show him some of that awesome devotion you’ve bestowed upon yours truly and check his work out, okay? I appreciate it, folks. Until next time, stay cool…
An excellent list, Hook!
Thanks, buddy! I hope you liked your sonic screwdriver…
That’s MY life in a nutshell.
I hear you!
you do get around these days…
Well, the book has been a misfire at best, and so I’m raising my profile however I can, Jo.
It’s just resting for the big take off…
I wish you a Merry Christmas festivities in the company of your loved ones.
A hug friend.
A Christmas hug is on its way to you as well!
Have a wonderful Christmas Hook.
You too, Granny. Thank you.
Liked your Christmas list. You want some really unique items on there. You’ll probably get no duplicates.
Merry Christmas, Hook!
And to you as well, old friend.
Happy holidays Hook!
You too, buddy!
The tank! yes! Perfect for driving the freeway here. Hilarious list (good luck avoiding the aunts)
Very Merry to you and yours!
And to you, as well!
I didn’t know how to contact you but I thought you might get some grist for your mill here;