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I learned Mommy is a zombie, among other things

In commentary, entertainment, Kentucky, Louisville, my life, photography, sarcasm on September 2, 2011 at 10:30 pm


Like some of the other notable traditions that have taken root in Louisville, the annual Zombie Attack Walk started when a small group of people decided to be kooky and others wanted to join in.

In this case, some individuals thought it would be a hoot if they and their friends dressed up as zombies for their shared birthday.

Six years later, the event has grown to include hundreds of undead in a parade of the damned down Bardstown Road.

Elbow to elbow with the mortals on Monday, I watched the stooping and limping masses moan and groan as they made their way to Bearno’s Pizza for the zombie bash.

A nimbler member of the walking dead randomly ran up and shouted at members of the living, trying to raise a scream. Read the rest of this entry »

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(Insert witty title about me here)

In blogs, branding, commentary, journalism, my life, sarcasm, social media on July 26, 2011 at 3:48 am

I’ll freely admit that blogs are self-promoting. And, I suppose, this one won’t be any different.

But despite the blatant promotion of me, I hope that my blog will be witty, entertaining, informational, (insert funny, flattering adjective here).

I want to write about journalism, things I come across around town, randomness and maybe a few home improvement projects stuck in between — things that all interest me.

Me, me, me, me, me.

(Insert winky face to show sarcasm here.)

But while I’m on the self-promotion crazy train, I’m going to take this a step further with a little Q&A with myself about my blog.

Bask in the multiple-personality awesomeness.

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