For those of you who know me, this is probably not going to come as much of a shock. But, for those of you who stumbled across this blog accidentally, or those of you who are in the process of becoming my BFF, this may come as quite the surprising revelation. Or maybe it won't. I am a nerd. I'm also a dork. But that's a whole other post. I am a nerd because I love comic books, science, reading (everything), and have an absolutely astounding memory for anything and everything entertainment related. Seriously. Just ask my friend Allison. So, now that you are that much more acquainted with that part of my personality, I want to tell you about the best show you will never again watch on TV.
It's called Firefly. It's available on DVD. Here's my advice to you: stop whatever it is that you're doing, immediately buy the DVD, and enjoy. If you like Joss Whedon, or if you just like to be entertained by intelligent, hi-larious, action-packed, beautifully shot television-at-it's-best, then you will love this show. The best way I can describe it is a space-western. Or...sci-fi with no aliens. And did I mention a movie based on Firefly comes out this Friday? It's called Serenity.
I will see it no less than 4 times. I promise.
Anyway, I'm leaving town tomorrow with my volunteer staff to go to a sweet conference in NorCal and I don't know if I will have the internet up there, so I just wanted to tell you a little about something I think is sweet AND awesome.
You can thank me later...
You know, the funny thing about saying that you're never going to do something is that, sometimes, you still end up doing it. Welcome to my web log, or for those of you enlightened techies out there, my blog. Now, before you read on any further, there's something that I want you to know: I am not publishing a blog to divulge my deepest darkest secrets. Nor will include pretentious, self-pitying poetry. (Although I do enjoy a good haiku!) You won't find inappropriate pictures or friend lists that include people that I've never even met. But, you will find stuff that I'm in the middle of thinking about. You will find things, people and places that inspire me. You will find that I don't have it all figured out. And I hope that you will find that it's OK to be in the middle of "The Process"...