Hello, everyone! Welcome to my little girlie magazine. Well, Sundays are days of rest here at the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette. What exactly does that mean? It means no exercises for one thing. (I’ve only recently started doing exercises on the Sunday that I sing karaoke. But no karaoke tonight.) When I’m not prepping for karaoke my exercises during the week are of a shorter duration and less intense. But I never exercise on Sundays if I’m not singing karaoke that night. On this particular day of rest I’m going to continue reading the novel City of Secrets by Stewart O’Nan that I bought earlier in the month from the West End Book Exchange in Little Italy. It’s a short-hardback novel, only 190 pages and I may finish it today as I’m flat on my back on the sofa with two pillows under my weary head while listening to Pirates baseball on the radio later this afternoon. The local 24/7 call-in sports show is on the radio right now and later it will broadcast the Pirates.
Sundays mean I don’t feel that I have to put up two blog posts (under my new plan to break through and beyond 30,000 pageviews every month). If I come up with a good idea for a blog post I’ll put up another post. If not…The real work week begins tomorrow.
And I hope I’m not disappointing anyone, but Sundays also mean I don’t feel that I have to have a topless woman in this blog post. You want topless women, there are plenty of topless women (some even on Sundays) all over this blog. I mean after all, this is a girlie magazine.
And with today being a day of rest for me, I can catch up on reading some of the other bloggers that I follow.
I may even do a little cleaning of my small, seedy but comfortable apartment today.
So, that’s it. Everyone enjoy your Sunday if you can. I plan to enjoy mine.
Hail to Pitt!
This is Guy Hogan reporting for the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette. Today in The ‘Burgh we will have a mix of clouds and sunshine with a high around 80 and the possibility of scattered thunder showers (which may keep me from taking my usual stroll around the neighborhood). If you are not already a regular reader of this online magazine, now would be a great time to bookmark it or to follow it or to take out your free email subscription today.