Remember way back in 2010 when I had my first article ever published in a print magazine?
Well thanks to the fine folks at COLLIDE Magazine it’s now online for you to read.
Here’s how it starts…
This was it. This was the last straw.
Sitting us outside in the sun I could understand. I mean, how were they supposed to know it was going to be 90 degrees outside in September?
And the musical numbers? Definitely a bit much for my taste, but I could live with those too. Hey, it was their wedding. If they wanted it to feel like Mamma Mia!-meets-The Bachelor, that was their call.
But a season of prayer for the bride and groom? A stinking, 15-minute-long season of prayer when it felt like my sweaty neck already boasted a third-degree sunburn? This was too much. This wedding needed to be flamed, and I needed to be the one to do it.
I leaned over to my wife, dousing her with neck sweat, and said, “I cannot wait to blog about this next week.” They were words I would come to regret later. And by “later” I don’t mean seven days later, I mean seven years later.
To read how the rest of the story plays out, here’s the link:
Be Careful Little Blog What You Flame by Bryan Allain
(and if you like what you read, leave a comment over there so those folks understand why I have the best readers in all of Al Gore’s Beardnet)
PS…The BlogRocket Community officially launches in 5 days! So psyched about it.