Tell me it isn’t true! Summer holidays have rode off into the Thelma and Louise sunset! How does that happen? You’re getting all geared up to shed that winter weight and your clothes and bam, like a stripper after that last song pole dance you’re putting them all back on and just a bit worse for wear. The winter can take a lot out of you, but summer, well it just keeps on giving. Planting those little seeds. Sprinkling them with love. Right into the foundation making sure you make those wild flowers your very own. And then it gets so hot. Just forcing you to remove every winter layer of apprehension.
I don’t know about you guys but this summer brought some incredible experiences into my life. The one thing about being the writer of a blog is that you’re only reading my side of the journey. I’d love, and do love, hearing from you. Tell me about an incredible moment you had this summer. Write me at email@example.com. Your story could be chosen to be mentioned on a future blog.
This fall on my blog I’ve got some great summer recap tales for you and some great photos of the people who made this past season so freaking outstanding.
From the local eateries, local talent, and the tales that will keep you pitching tents far into October.
I love promoting others! That’s really what this blog is all about. If you have a business or talent or a fetish that you’re yearning to share, just write me at the email already mentioned and I’ll do my very best to feature you on my blog and at no charge to you. I know, I’m f#$king awesome!
I’ve got some celebrity interviews I’m putting together so that’s going to be hot as f#$k! I’m really moist about that and don’t forget, you don’t have to be famous to get a shout out on my blog. You’ve just got to be freaking fabulous!
Bruce in the City will be celebrating 10 years in 2020 with over 20,000 registered readers. Thanks for joining the party!
Bruce in the City
Edited by Mary Ellen Monk
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Mary Ellen for all her amazing support as editor of my blog for several years now. With her very busy world she has decided to take the time for her family and other professional projects. I wish her all the best and of course will see you over the holidays.