This morning’s Sylvia Lovely book sighting almost caused our feeble brains to short circuit. Then we remembered that Sylvia had a blog before she became an important food expert radio host-turned-lobbyist.
So thank goodness this post came to mind:
I was never comfortable blogging. Nearly everyone is doing it these days, yet that doesn’t seem to be reason enough. To just spout off my opinion on some controversial topic nearly every day and expect you to answer seems a bit presumptuous. I have learned if anything, it’s not to be that. What I do like to do is write and record stories in order to understand better the times in which we live.
For that reason, I am going to continue writing but not as a “blogger.” What do I mean by that? Well, I call it “The Chevy S-10 Chronicles”. Now, that begs explanation. First of all, why Chevy S-10? I’ll get to that in a moment but let me first observe that I had this truck long before Scott Brown arrived on the scene and won the Massachusetts primary. I’d put my truck and likely the authenticity of how I came to acquire it up against his explanation any day.
But, onto the story. When my company- owned car went away (for reasons too complicated to go into here), I was in a quandary. I had not owned a car in 20 years. I had been provided a company car as a part of my compensation package.
No, blogging didn’t work out for her.
But you see that bit in bold? Her “company- owned car” that “went away.” Yeah. Sorry we forgot to share that with you a couple years ago.