There are things I cannot change. My past. My raging neuroticism. My adorkable and not-so-adorable blunders. My loathing of pants. My typos.
Still my life is not completely at the mercy of Happenstance and her fateful auto-pilot. The extent of my courage and/or wisdom remains to be seen, but I am working on changing a few things in my life and on this blog.
What sorts of changes?
The life stuff I’ll get to eventually. As for the blog changes…read on!
During my time off, I’ve been thinking about what I want this blog to be. I’ve wanted to focus the theme of my content for awhile. I thought about returning to theatre-related blogging, but frankly bloggers like Kevin and Kris and Nancy say it far better than I ever have.
Meanwhile, I can’t seem to go five minutes without jawing about masturbating or lubricant or gender politics and relationships. Though I’m no fan of pants, I’m clearly facisnated by what goes on underneath them. Seems like a good place to shift my focus.
Don’t get me wrong. As a group, thespians are a sex-centric bunch. However, Adorkable Thespian just doesn’t fit my new self-imposed mandate. So from now on, this space will be known as Adorkable Undies. Because even in the throes of sexiness I’m still likely to fall off the bed.
Since I’m taking her in a new direction, I figured this gal could use a new outfit. Sometimes when you change your look, you change your outlook. In addition to the new theme, there’s some new info under the menu tabs, a list of my favourite sex-related sites and a link to my column at Apartment 613.
…The More They Stay The Same
Despite any personal or blog-related changes, this is still me. The subject matter has shifted but I still intend to share (and overshare) my personal perspective. I hope that you will continue to comment and that we will continue the conversations that I love having with you all. If your feeling shy, anonymous comments are always welcome, so long as they are respectful.
New school year, new season and a new start for this space. What changes will these changes bring about? We’ll have to wait and see. In the meantime, it feels very good to be back!