First post

Never had a blog before. Never thought anything I’d have to say would be that interesting. Still not sure it will be. But it’s the wave everybody else is already riding, so I’m belatedly climbing on the surfboard. I’m the guy with his beach sandals over his black socks.

I’ll post mainly about writing (mine and other people’s), movies and occasionally TV. Probably won’t say much about politics, religion, or the weather; you have to come visit to hear about those things. I won’t post for the sake of posting, or when I feel I have nothing to say. No promises that what I do have to say will always be fascinating.

This blog’s title is a reference to the Bruce Springsteen song “Lucky Town,” off the album of the same name. It’s where I feel I’ve finally ended up, even though I secretly don’t deserve it. Those responsible know who they are, and know how much I treasure them.

And so here I am, from down in Lucky Town. Thanks for stopping by.

Posted on by Alex in introduction, movies, tv, writing

4 Responses to First post

  1. Charlie

    You totally deserve where you are…you’ve worked damn hard to get here. Good luck with the blog. I know you’ll always have fascinating stuff to say. Mwah.

  2. Michael Damian Thomas

    Welcome to blogging!

    Feel free to also talk about that Celtics’ championship. :)

  3. Deborah Blake

    Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging. Now everyones else gets to see how exciting your day-to-day life REALLY is. (Tee hee.)

    Ah, the glamorous life of the author…

    Kisses!
    Deborah

  4. Lisa Marie

    Lucky town…. don’t forget who brought you here, buddy! ;) Just kidding. Seriously, you DO deserve to be in Lucky Town… you deserve everything you have. You are greatness personified.

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