Saturday, August 30, 2008


I'm a writer. I have lots of opinions.

Yet, somewhat inexplicably, I haven't joined the blogger world. I somehow missed out on the opportunity to foist my opinions on countless other in cyberspace.

Today, I rectify that shortcoming.

That's why I jokingly called my blog "The Last Blog in America" because that's the way it feels to me. I'm late to the party, but eager to make up for lost time.

Perhaps I'm feeling this way because I just returned from the Democratic National Convention. There was a tent there called "The Big Tent" that was filled with bloggers. They drank energy drinks and carried backpacks stuffed with notepads and tiny cameras. They seemed important.

Bigwigs like Katie Couric even dropped by to see them.

Today, I join them. I'm not sure what I'll talk about, but I'm sure I'll have plenty to say. Did I mention I have lots of opinions?

And Katie, see you in four years. I'll bring the Red Bull.

No comments: