02 Nov You Guys Crack Me Up
So I’m trying to decide if I overdid it with my BIG NEWS blog arrival. Clearly, I’ve set expectations very high.
To me, half the Big News was that I even started a blog. But I realize that’s probably not that big a deal to anybody else-especially not all the people who always said, “Michelle, you should totally start a blog.”
It kind of reminds me of when my sister got pregnant and I said tomy husband, “Isn’t that crazy?!?!” And he said, “No.”
We had multiple versions of that conversation over those 9 months and I’d always just stare at him, until I realized that he didn’t have all the childhood memories of my sister. To him it didn’t feel like a kid having a kid. When he met her, she was already married, so it seemed perfectly normal to him that she was having a baby.
So I guess it seems normal to you all that I’m starting a blog. But to me it feels CRAZY!!! Like someone just let me loose on the internet to blurt out all my secrets.
But despite all that, there have been some recent conversations and emails, that make me feel like I should warn you that whatever BIG NEWS is coming down the line, it is not CRAZY NEWS.
I am not:
*Writing a book
*Having a baby
*Shaving my head
*Shutting down my agency
*Moving to California
*Moving to the Moon
*Running for President
*Announcing that I have a role in The Hunger Games (but how awesome would that have been????)
I’m going to make a crazy, wild suggestion here. More of a comment really, although it’s actually in the post itself, not the comments. That’s just the kind of blog this is. Now I forgot the comment.
Wait, I got it. Check out the title of the blog. This blog is for my agency. I don’t know why I assumed it would be obvious, but the news has to do with my clients. And their books. And other exciting things that I have going on at the agency.
Now I will admit, there is something in particular, that I am so super pumped about (AT THE AGENCY) that I can barely keep from talking about it, but still, it’s book news. I’m sorry if that’s disappointing.
I promise I’ll do my best to entertain you in between. The Agency is still just me. And let’s face it, at the end of the day, all I really want is for you to love me so you’ll buy my clients’ books. And comment on my new blog. And give me compliments.
Is that too much to ask?