Bonjourno, mi amores!
Did I sound all international just then? Because I totally meant to. I’ve got travel on the brain today, since we’ve reached the end of the week and, as promised, will be revealing the Words Become Superfluous Vacation Hot Spot. I’m excited!! I’ll try to pace myself, though, since we’ve got a couple of pit stops to make first.
I wanted to take a moment to say hello to all of the new folks who’ve joined us recently.
Hello there, new folks!
I can be
a little all over the place … a lot all over the place … enthusiastic at times, and if you’re new to the blog, it can be a bit tough to navigate your way through all of my non-stop talking … non-stop swooning … posts. To keep you from getting lost, I’ve put together The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Words Become Superfluous: The Pocket-Sized Edition. It’s got everything you need to find your way around here in one handy dandy pocket-sized package. Ready? Here we go:
My family and friends are the most important thing in the world to me: I’m a pop-culture vulture who loves making her readers laugh, but I promise you there’s more to what I do here than talking about the cute boys on my television screen. Click here to see what I mean.
My online family and friends are important to me, too: In spite of my big smile and my even bigger mouth, I don’t always do all of the talking. When things get quiet, the support I find here is appreciated and truly treasured. Click here to see what I mean.
My list of family and friends also includes fictional characters. I talk about movies most Mondays, television most Thursdays, and a whole lot of things in between. If there’s ever anything (or anyone) you want to chat about, please let me know!
There you have it. Use the guide, explore, and don’t hesitate to ask if you need directions. Mind you, as Shutterbug Sis would say, I get lost when I get off an elevator … but I know my way around the Comments section!
And speaking of the Comments … thanks to everyone who talked travel with me here on Monday! I loved hearing about your favourite trip movies, and got some great suggestions for my weekend viewing, too!
It turns out that for people here, the journey is more important than the final destination: the most popular movies were “When Harry Met Sally” and “It Happened One Night”, which are both known for their witty banter between a boy and a girl … who are forced to share a very tiny space on wheels together. Which means that our Official Vacation Hot Spots are an old car and an even older train. Ahh, love on the open road.
Have a great weekend everyone!