Just in case you thought I was in such a rut that I couldn't stop myself from posting a blog every morning by 7 A.M., I actually skipped a day, and here I am posting at 6:16 P.M. on a Friday.
It won't be the traditional fare on this blog, either. No dipping into profundity, no ruminations about the changes in Fairhope, the loss of Utopia, the meaning of existence, and not even a plug for my book. This is a glancing overview of the whole ten months of blogging. If you want to know about my book, scroll down to the bottom of the blog and read a heartening review in the post called "Maybe It Isn't Just About Fairhope."
For blogstalkers (thank you for the word, "Grammie"), this is an index of sorts of what may be found on previous posts you may have missed. There is more, and I hope that clicking on one or more of these topics will tempt you to browse the blog in depth.
Henry George and Why There Is a Fairhope
Campbell Scott’s sex appeal
Garcia Lorca and the concept of duende
Andy Warhol and Fame as Art (and art as fame)
Irony and Americans
Anderson Cooper, Wyatt Cooper, Gloria Vanderbilt
Questions about God and the Soul
Marietta Johnson and God For this one, you can also scroll down to the bottom of the blog and check out "What Is It All About?" which gives one bright child's good guess, and has a comment about yet another astonishment from another such natural wonder.
All this is to say, there's a great deal to explore on the blog already. Take your time; look around.