Happy blogiversary to me — 3.0! (Or is it 2.1?)

On June 23, 2011, Duke University’s Kyrie Irving was the number one pick in the NBA draft.

Actor Ted Shackelford, Gary Ewing of Knots Landing fame, celebrated his 65th birthday.

And I hit “PUBLISH” for the first time on this blog, launching Shadows and Satin!

Can you believe it’s been three whole years? I can’t. But time flies when you’re having fun. (And fruit flies like a banana.)

Writing this blog has been — in the words of Don Cornelius — a stone gas! And it’s a pleasure to take the opportunity, once again, to thank Dark Pages Senior Writer and Speakeasy blog author, Kristina Dijan, who encouraged me to start it in the first place. My most sincere thanks, also, to anybody who has ever read a single word I’ve ever written here.

Ever.

To celebrate my three-year blogiversary, I am continuing my tradition of offering you a great quote from one of my favorite actresses — this time, it’s Jean Harlow, from Hold Your Man (1933):

“You wouldn’t be a bad looking dame, if it wasn’t for your face. ”

By the way, if you haven’t seen this pre-Code gem, check it out.

You know why.

~ by shadowsandsatin on June 23, 2014.

9 Responses to “Happy blogiversary to me — 3.0! (Or is it 2.1?)”

  1. Congrats on three years!

  2. what the what? how did 3 years go by already? thanks once again for thanking me! I’m so glad you got on here to give people such a great fun blog, along with the great Dark Pages. [raises beverage of your choice] here’s to many more!

  3. CONGRATULATIONS! Here’s to 133 more years of brooding, killer noir! You’re tops.

    Aurora

  4. Happy blogaversary!

  5. Congrats on your anniversary! Keep up the great posts!

  6. Congratulations, your excellent website is a regular stop for me.

  7. Happy 3.1/2.0 Blogaversary to one of the best blogs on the interweb!

    I will have a slice of chocolate cake in your honour.

  8. Congrats Karen! Your site is the tops!

  9. Happy Blogaversary Karen! I’m so glad you started your blog. The classic movie community would just not be the same without you. 🙂

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