Raise your hand out there if you love “Young Frankenstein”!
One of the greatest, funniest movies of all time, in my opinion. And I’ve seen most of the Frankenstein movies out there. I grew up on B horror movies, and still love the old ones. The Hammer Films with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. All the greats.
I now add Laura Orsini, someone I love and respect, to that august body. Because Laura Made a Monster! Me. She turned me into a blogging monster. A focused machine or a blogging fool depending on your point of view, always thinking about the next topic. But that’s not the half of it.
Remember the scene where Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle were dressed in top hats and tails, dancing to “Puttin’ on the Ritz”? The good Doctor wanted the world to see that his creation had more than just the basics of life; he had talent, charisma, star power! (God, I’m sitting here remembering the scene and laughing as I type…)
Well, thanks to Laura Orsini and the wonderful people I met as part of the Author Blog Challenge, I not only am a blogger, but I am Writing. (Yes, I know it’s the same thing, but I mean more than just blog postings.) I didn’t waste a single nanosecond during the Challenge. I kept links to so many of the wonderful articles and hints and tips my fellow ABCbees (as I call them) shared with such grace. And I am going to take the next step, the big leap, sooner rather than later!
Sandi Tuttle is the host of the Blog Talk Radio show “An Average Woman in a Superwoman World”. For more information, go to: http://www.averagewomansj.com.