Monday, December 03, 2007

Or Campbell's Tomato Soup, for that matter?

After a full week of wallowing in depression I learned this: One can spend an entirely entertaining and thought-free day watching the NFL channel. Who would have thought? My dad would be so proud.

I've been doing a lot of praying and soul-searching. There were many cobwebs in that cave, but I think I'm coming out of the other end. Time and a mass quantity of Flaming Hot Cheetos heals all wounds.

I am hitting the sales trail hard. The magazine is actually a fabulous marketing device, so it's just a matter of finding businesses that understand that. Does anybody have Guliani's campaign manager's phone number?

My column came out in this issue. I think my eyes look puffy, but at least my double chin doesn't show. It's the little things in life that matter.

I wonder if this is going to use up my fifteeen minutes of fame? Or was that used up when I worked for the radio station? Do we each get two sets of fifteen minutes? Does the fame count if it's only county-wide?

Where's Andy Warhol when you need him?

5 Comments:

Blogger Master of My Own Small Universe said...

Warhol said that everyone would be famous for at least fifteen minutes, so there is the possibility you could be famous longer.

You'll always be a star in my eyes...

6:48 AM  
Blogger elysabeth said...

I love it - I think you will attain many famous moments - yay !!! - way to go - E :)

10:28 PM  
Blogger Cat said...

I'm sure you will hvae LOTS of fifteen minutes! You rock!

4:57 PM  
Blogger Tink said...

You are so awesome! I know that you will have many more famous moments, even if they are only county wide! I love you!

8:48 AM  
Anonymous JeffreyK said...

Why aim for only 15 min? Andy was far from omnipotent, so who says we only get 15 min? I'm just saying, my butt is aiming for a lot more than 15 min!

9:58 AM  

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