Under Construction

Dear World,

Hey. How are you? I know, I've been a bad writer. I haven't been in here in a long time. There's dust all over the posts, unanswered inquiries and (probably worst of all in this online blogging industry) dated content *cue horror music*. But don't worry. I'm here to tell you that it's time to rebuild and put this site officially under construction.

What does that mean?  When you're under construction, that means that people need to stand back. You're getting ready to tear down the old and come back with this shiny, new, improved, game changing product. It means that all permits have been filed and I've been approved to upgrade your (and my) life. It means fresh. It means clean. It means fresh start.

Over the last year, my life has gone through many changes. I've had a few TV appearances (bonus points for you if you've seen them!). I've gotten married (we had a wonderful Vegas wedding that was filled with sequins and wine and family and White Castle). We bought a home (you know this, if you saw one of those TV appearances I talked about). I've visited Cozumel, Chicago, New Orleans, Boston, San Antonio, Dubai and Istanbul. I've lived. Sorta.

For me to truly live, I have to do what I love. One of those things in writing. Blogging. Even if it's only grabbing just the attention of just a few in this vast internet world, I like writing for you. For myself. So I'm here to pull back the curtains, open the windows and spring clean my way back into posting.

What can you expect? A new look. Continued movie reviews. More giveaways. And the resurgence of my open letters, which was the basis of this website from day one.  

So stay tuned, my lovely readers. I can't wait to restart this journey with you. Grab your hardhats. Momma has to get to work.

Love, Toni

Ms. Toni

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