Meanwhile, in today’s Marriage Interpreter, The Husband talks romantic movies, dreams of Moscow, and explains the true difference between men and women. Read on, Reader!
In hot weather, my sanity deteriorates. Quickly. Read on, Reader!
What if dog cones weren’t full of terrible peripheral-vision-blocking shame, but instead held great power and vigor? It’s just a thought. Read on, Reader!
Olly-olly-oxen free! The move is complete! Come on over to Bluebird Blvd.’s new home and take a look around, tell me what you think.
I still have some things to tinker with— some fonts to change out, some CSS to to adjust, some cool new features— but I would love to hear what you think of the new place.
Bluebird Blvd.— http://bluebirdblvd.net
(Oh, hey! If you visit Bluebird Blvd., you can either grab the RSS/Atom feed and put it back in your WordPress reader, or you can follow by email.)
Any which way, I’d love to see you!
And now you can ask a question, share an idea, tell a joke, make a suggestion— all sorts of things, really! — just by filling out this form, which will always be prominently located on every page. Can you find where I’ve put the link? (Oh yeah! I almost forgot! Isn’t this Magritte self-portrait amazing?) Read on, Reader!
Before I even argue— he is looking out the window at somebody coming in. <3 Read on, Reader!
Liza Minnelli’s grand finish of this wonderful number just kills me ever time— so I was hoping that if I posted it, we could talk about it. How does that sound? Gut? Wunderbar! Read on, Reader!
At the end of a long week, the only fitting thing I can find to say is that I am glad this week is done. Now, let the next one begin. <3 Read on, Reader!
What do I listen to when writing is hard going? This. This, my friend. Read on, Reader!
Well, Bluebird Blvd. is in the process of changing its blog design. Why? I wanted to make sure you could read this blog on the device of your choice, and this new design provides “responsive width” — Read on, Reader!
SHOW US YOUR WEATHER! BLOG CARNIVAL STARTS HERE! Read on, Reader!
To commemorate the official start of the Bluebird Blvd. Silly Season—which will go through the end of August—I thought we could play a game.
A writing game!
Have you ever heard of an Exquisite Corpse? Read on, Reader!