Today Is The First Day Of The Rest Of This Blog

First off, it’s great to be back on WordPress. I had forgotten how much “fun” it is to re-learn the editing and publishing functions.

History will show I started a blog fifteen years ago…and shut it down a couple of years later. Shortly thereafter, I actually tried to provide content to two blogs simultaneously. Their life spans were similar to the first. (My alias then was Sportsattitudes)

And here I am now…giving it another go. This blog might just stand the test of time, especially since I now have carved out more time to devote to writing.

The direction this site will take? As you might have guessed from my previous screen name, sports is a prime contender for capturing my attention…but being a massive consumer of movies, music, tv and streaming shows, etc. this blog should also be an “entertaining” read. 

I’m also always on the outlook for the humorous aspects of things…of life…and like to report in when I find them.

It is so cool to find many familiar folks still blogging away, and I’m not only looking forward to re-connecting with them now, but finding new blogs to enjoy.

Thanks for stopping by. I hope to see you again soon.


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25 thoughts on “Today Is The First Day Of The Rest Of This Blog”

  1. Glad to have you back blogging again! It was a great surprise seeing your comments today. Hope you’re well and I look forward to reading more!

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  2. Bruce!!! My long-time pal going all the way back to a crummy David Beckham post of mine in 2007, in a time when I dreamed big of the ‘07 then-STL Rams doing huge things only to fall on their faces the following three seasons with 3-13, 2-14 and 1-15 records consecutively. Only mentioning that bit because I am still celebrating Super Bowl 56!

    I hope you are doing well, my friend.

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    1. Troy, I am well my friend and trust you are also. Indeed, we go way back, don’t we? As someone who follows the Eagles, I can definitely relate to still celebrating Super Bowl wins long after the fact, especially when they can be so rare (depending on your rooting interest!)


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