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Welcome, visitors from other planets 2

7 Mar

Thought it was about time to check the ol’ stat filter again to see what fun search engine terms got caught in it this time.  Enjoy.

emily sutton single (yes, she still is. and my aren’t you bloaks persistent. but you do know she’s moved to freedom 43…shudder.)

birth control purple pack (trust me, you want the blue pill.)

ree drummond legs (wow. i hope you are referring to her spectacular ability to fry this part of a chicken.)

jennifer white porn blog (going to the social security office to change my name tomorrow.)

benedict cumberpatch jeremy northam (you and i could be friends.) Continue reading

Plum giddy

28 Jul

Just plum giddy. On the set of ‘Picture Shows & Petticoats’ with Miss Wisabus. Photo by Miss Wisabus.

I get plum giddy when I discover a new gem in the blogosphere…especially when one of them comes from the pen of a friend! Over the last few months I’ve unearthed a few, so now I’ve updated my blogroll, and I’m sharing the link luv with you:

Act OneMy screenwriting alma mater and a fabulous film family to become a part of. Now with blog.

Church of the Masses – The blog of Barbara Nicolosi: ‘theaters are the new church of the masses’

Cracked Pot Productions – This one is my own film production blog. Not updated often because I spend much more time here, but just in case you’re glutton for punishment.

First Rate Single Life – The blog of my Act One WP ’09 classmate Liz…who truly lives a first rate single life.

The Fowl Family – Better than reality tv…the blog of my friend Libby that follows her family drama of raising, growing, befriending, and eating chickens and guinea hens.

History With Mr. C – History teacher, coach & Christian.

Jill Brownlee – Producer/writer/fellow Act One alumni embarking on the journey of starting her own company.

Josh McKamie – Shooter of movies, co-founder of…visual magician.

Life in the Little Things – The blog of my friend Tiffany, a fellow redhead.

Miss Wisabus – The blog of my friend the writer, aspiring domestic goddess, and totalitarian dictator…who co-hosts Picture Shows & Petticoats with me.

My Life & Times – An op-ed blog by a foster/adoptive father and my go-to chef for advice, Jason.

The Personal Blog of Dr. John H. Watson – If you follow Sherlock, you know exactly what this is. If you don’t, please do.

The Pioneer Woman – Well, obviously.

Project Purple – The blog of my pal Wendi who loves purple…and is one of the most creative moms I know.

Toye’s Platforms – The blog of fellow Okie film fatale Toye. She loves shoes and movies. And she’s seriously talented to boot.

Two-Handed Warriors – The blog of Gary David Stratton, who served as the Director of Act One during my time in the Writing Program. Far more than just a blog — it’s a community network. And check out his blogroll.

Welcome, visitors from other planets

18 Jul

I had a little time on my hands tonight, so I took a closer look at my site stats, and I had a good chuckle at some of the search engine terms that led visitors to my blog.  Thought I’d share a few of my favorites from the last quarter with you.  Enjoy:

is emily sutton single (if I were a guy, I’d be asking the same thing)

armoire (really? wait–they must mean Narnia)

petticoat pleasure (ewwwwww)

deschanel mahna mahna (that I’d like to see–send me the link when you find it) Continue reading

Awaking from social media hibernation

6 Apr

I took an unintentional break from social media over the holidays, and once I’d fallen, I had trouble getting back up. Continue reading

A little blog biz

11 Nov

My readers may have noticed a fresh look came to the blog a little over a month ago.  That’s because I’d been working on my ‘Howl’s Moving Castle’ post and had originally intended to post and redesign at the same time.  But since life has apparently gotten in the way of my plans, I wanted to take a moment to credit Dianne Wynne-Jones for the inspiration for my new blog style.  ‘In Which I Blog’ had been an idea I’d tossed around for a while, but when I opened her book for the first time and scanned down her table of contents, I loved what she had done and wanted to pursue the theme further.  Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right?  My category names present the greatest challenge, so I hope you will bear with me as I endeavor to keep them clear but inviting.  Enjoy!