The old month is gone and the new month has begun. Hello hello hello, all you rock ‘n’ rollers wherever you may be! It’s around 6:00 a.m. and the blogging day has begun. I have the local 24/7 all news station (KQV 1410 AM) on the radio and I’m at my workstation. I’ve already worked on my Twitter account and I’ve read several news outlets on the Internet and now I’m ready to do some blogging.
Guy Hogan is my name and blogging is my game!
This morning will be a busy morning for me of paying bills and buying house hold supplies at the dollar store across the street and balancing my check book and stuff like that, but eventually I’ll end up at Armand’s in Little Italy later this morning for some socializing and a few cold beers. But first I want to publish the first blog post of November 2017. Here are the stats for the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette for October 2017.
You know you can’t beat that with a stick!
October was a good month for the PFFG and I thank all who made a visit to my little humble niche blog of blogging and how to write great flash fiction and karaoke and Naked News videos and short stories and topless women and so much more.
My task for November is to build on the stats of October and to keep the momentum going, not to become distracted by the fun money in my pockets and to increase the reach of the PFFG. It can be done. If blogging is really more important to me than hanging out in Little Italy, it’s long past time to put up or shut up. I’m retired. I’m not getting any younger. If not now, when?
Now I’ll post this and do my deep breathing, flexibility and stretching exercises and then I’ll get in the shower and shave my face. When I don’t shave my face for a couple of weeks I look like an island cast away or like a bum badly in need of a drink. I’ll probably wait until tomorrow to shave my noggin’.
This is Guy Hogan reporting for the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette. All photos used for this blog post were sampled from Egoallstars.
PS Today in the Pittsburgh area it will be cloudy, with rain and the possibility of snow flurries and a high of 50. That’s right! The possibility of snow flurries…
Hail to Pitt!