There are a lot of things to be happy about today. First and foremost, Happy Birthday to my baby daughter Clare. She is one year old today, officially at 11.33 pm. She has brought so much joy and happiness into the lives of TLDG and me that I can’t even state it in words. She is beautiful in every aspect. She is perfect. We love her so much.
Happy Anniversary to Mitchieville! Mitchieville turns 5 today, and to mark this momentous occasion, Fenris is issuing a purple privilege to all resident Mitchievillian’s. And you know what that means? It means that you are entitled to an extra large okra milkshake and a small tofu pizza, available at your government-run helping Hands Food Bank & Peoples Shelter.
It’s hard to believe that we started this endeavor five years ago. Between the gang at Mitchieville, we have put together just under 8000 posts, have received over 27000 comments and have have gotten no less than 40 death threats. To be honest, I thought there would be more death threats.
I would like to thank all the contributors at Mitchieville – Fenris, Rocky, Mike, Raph, Kate, and everyone that sends The Mayor articles, cartoons, and various other nonsense. You folks are fantastic, extraordinary, and quite possible delicious.
I would also like to thank our wonderful readership for showing up, making comments and driving this blog. Without your comments, without your emails and support, Mitchieville would have folded up long ago, I guarantee you that. But you guys show up every day and always put a smile on The Mayor’s face. In the New Year, I’m going to try to make it a resolution to make more comments on Mitchieville. Trust me, I read EVERY comment and I LOVE them, I really do, but sometimes time is a killer and I don’t get to comment on things I should. Anyway, once again, thanks for making this worthwhile, I really love you folks.
Happy New Year!! Those of us here at Mitchieville wish you and your loved ones a new year filled with peace and love. We wish you health and happiness and all the blessings of the Lord. We have a pretty tight and great group here at Mitchieville, I often say to TLDG that we are one giant, dysfunctional family, and I have really become close, sometimes only in spirit, with many of you. You guys mean the world to me. This does not mean that I will ever lend you money.
The Mayor xoxo