Thanksgiving is over and now it’s back to the task of putting out the next issues of the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette. Hello, hello, hello my brothers and sisters! Guy Hogan is my name and blogging is my game. I’m the editor/publisher of the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette and I love my job. I’m a retired baby boomer, but I’m hard at work to make this diary/magazine of mine the best it can be.
After I publish this blog post I’ll stroll into Little Italy for a couple of beers at Armand’s and to socialize with some of the other regulars who come in. On the way back I won’t be stopping in at Sonny’s like I usually do because my funds are low and I won’t have anymore fun money until next month, but the scaffolding has come down and the new wood bar top in Sonny’s has a beautiful bright veneer finish as renovations continue. I was in Sonny’s just before Thanksgiving and yes Sonny’s will be open for karaoke on Sunday nights as usual. I plan to be there the first Sunday night of December.
It’s a beautiful day in Pittsburgh so far. The man on the radio says it will be mostly sunny today with a high of 52, just right for a nice stroll into Little Italy.
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This is Guy Hogan reporting for the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette. All photos were sampled from Egoallstars.
“Retirement has given me the freedom to work full-time at one of my passions. It is a freedom I never had while I was in the workforce. One of my passions is blogging. I’ll never make a living at blogging. I’m lucky to break even at the end of the year. My net profit for 2017 will be about $50.00, but since I am retired I don’t have to worry about the rent or having food on the table.”—Guy Hogan