Can’t Do a Little Cause You Can’t Do Enough

Written by Suzanne on April 13, 2010 – 9:53 am -

According to my stat analyzer the average viewer has been staying on my site for 24 seconds. If that’s not enough to make me throw in the dish towel I don’t know what is.

Having a blog/site is a tricky thing. This got me thinking about the theme song to H. R. Pufnstuf:

“H.R. Pufnstuf, whose your friend when things get rough. H.R. Pufnstuf, can’t do a little cause he can’t do enough

When I first started this site it was a bit like Jimmy sailing away:

“Once upon a summertime
Just a dream from yesterday
A boy and his magic golden flute
Heard a boat from off the bay
“Come and play with me, Jimmy
Come and play with me.
And I will take you on a trip
Far across the sea.”

It’s been almost 2 years now posting my ideas that originate from the pop culture synapses in my brain. I’ve had a great time sailing away into cyberspace. I’m still sailing even if I only get a 24 second viewing most times. For those of you that like to stay awhile how about watching the 1st episode of H.R. Pufnstuf with me. You know who you are.

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Might As Well Jump

Written by Suzanne on January 17, 2010 – 7:11 pm -

A lot has been happening in pop culture lately. The Playoffs, the Golden Globes, Jay Leno and the late night time slots. Honestly I have no comment. I’ve spent the last week away from most media. I’ve been online a bit and I’ve watched a few shows but I have to say that my interest in Hollywood is fading quickly these days.

This makes a bit of a problem since my blog is named Housewife in Hollywood.com. My tagline is, “The housewife part is true, Hollywood is just a metaphor.”

Luckily, to me Hollywood is a state of mind, an attitude, a desire to dream, that flashy pop coolness we all have inside us. Some hide it deep down under layers of To-Do lists while others show it off daily with hip style and fun interests. I don’t mind that my interest in Hollywood is changing or that my fascination with pop culture has shifted closer to counter culture lately.

I came across this poignant South Park clip the other day.

If you got this far you might be wondering WTFunk does this have to do with anything? Not much really, except that like Kyle Broflovski I’ve been asking what am I going to do. Some days I feel like The Fonz when it comes to this site. I should jump a few buses, say Aye and keep on being cool. Other days I think ahh “success is hollow, hollow like a dead tree”. If you watched the clip this would all make more sense. Maybe.

As David Lee Roth once said, I might as well jump.

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