Hello, Monday—Bossy noticed you arrived early and wasted no time ushering the weekend out the door. Aces. Bossy is particularly grateful because she had a pressing list of things to accomplish during the weekend and achieved exactly none of them.
And now Bossy has to wait five days until the next weekend to accomplish her stuff, which is no big deal considering that a day passes in a few hours and five days feels more like two days and twelve years passes in a blink, ad infinitum until death. Etcetera.
But enough of Bossy’s sunny mood, because Bossy has some blog issues to address:
As you may remember, Bossy decided it would be a fun idea to create a photo collage of her
readers reader. Although many of you have already emailed your photo to Bossy, there remains some confusion surrounding the project— which Bossy hopes to clear up with the following Q&A:
Q: Is this photo collage only for people who have blogs?
A: Absolutely not. This photo collage will represent Bossy’s readers. However if you have a blog, your photo will link to it.
Q: I read Bossy every day but I seldom comment and I don’t have a blog. Can I be in the collage anyway?
A: Absolutely. This photo collage represents Bossy’s readers, not just her commenters or fellow bloggers.
Q: I read Bossy but I’m just a friend and I don’t have a blog so I’m not going to be in the photo collage so quit asking, OK?
A: Not OK. And Bossy’s Friend Perri we’re looking at you.
Q: This isn’t a question.
A: No it’s not too late to send Bossy a photo, preferably of you working at your computer, just remember to put “portrait” in the subject line of the email and to include the exact URL of your blog if you have one.
Q: Does this mean I need to have a blog to participate?
A: Can Bossy borrow a handful of those prescription drugs?
Other business: Bossy has added a new feature to her blog and it’s called Ways To Distract Yourself From Trying To Come Up With A Book Idea—but you can call it Bossy’s Favorite Things for short:
This new blog feature lives in Bossy’s upper left column under the Guess and Press. This isn’t about hawking material objects and it’s not about consumerism. Or maybe it is, Bossy hasn’t decided. But mostly this is where Bossy will feature things she loves—music, books, movies, stuff—things that are in her life or things she loves from a distance.
And lastly, this paragraph contains Bossy’s clever transition to the end of this meandering post. Like it?