I just got an email from WordPress stating the domain name for this blog is about to expire and I’m just like well fuck. Because if we’re being real honest, the domain name glitzandgrammar.com is probably about the cutest any of us have ever heard but it’s also just like, I hardly ever write here anymore and $17 would buy me an F-load of cheap wine.
Also, I just reread the email and it’s $18, not $17.
At the same time, I kind of feel like maybe it’s time to take this blog in a new direction. One which might actually gain it some recognition. Not that I don’t absolutely adore the emails and messages I receive from you amazing peeps, but come on. I just feel that with a name like “Glitz & Grammar” I should be knockin’ out Pulitzers left and right and shit. You know what I mean?
So what should I do? Bite the bullet, pay the $17, nay, $18, and actually post stuff worth reading on here? Or fail to renew, let it expire, buy a bunch of wine and move on? If your vote is for the former, what do you think I should write about? Like, do you have any ideas or suggestions that might help me win awards? Or at least get paid enough that I don’t have to worry when my once-yearly $18 renewal fee due date comes around?
Obviously there are no limits with regards to what I’m willing to talk about. I don’t really do that whole “holding back” thing. In the words of my main dudes, “Everybody’s got something to hide except me and my monkey.” Assuming I interpreted that song correctly, that means my monkey and I have nothing to hide and we’ll write about whatever shit you guys want us to write about. So hit us with some brilliant blog topics and we’ll write the fuck out of ‘em. And if by this point you’re just all like, “Ugh. That’s totally not what the Beatles meant in that song” just keep it to yourself because I’ve got enough on my plate what with dealing with the renewal of this domain name and all and don’t need to be told that my interpretations of songs from my childhood are out of whack and whatnot.
Also, happy Labor Day, y’all.
my monkey (I wish)