Happy Spring! Sort of. I don’t know about where you are, but where I am we are still alternating sunny warmth with rainy yuchiness that feels more February than April. On the other hand, I know some of you are in the southern hemisphere and are about to enter Fall (my favorite season!). But I decided to declare it Spring in the official Don’t Call It Bollywood-land. And in honor of spring, a celebration of you, My Readers!
As you know if you are reading back on November, I had a Grand Celebration for the 1st year anniversary of the blog. I’m coming up on a year and a half now, and it’s just such fun for me! Mostly because I know I’m not writing off into a black hole, but to nice people who comment and “like” posts and sometimes re-tweet me and are generally wonderful.
So I want to thank you! All of you, no restrictions like I did with my Christmas Cards and Valentine’s Cards. Even if you’ve never commented before, even if you just started reading, doesn’t matter! I spent oodles of money to get a massive number of cards, don’t let them go to waste!
If you want to get my nice Spring greeting card, all you need to do is the following steps:
- Go to the Comments section of this post and open the Leave a Reply box. If you are already logged in, click “Log Out”. If you are already logged in to the site, it will look like this:
2. If you aren’t logged in to the site, great! That’s right where you should be! And it should look like this:
3. Once it looks like that, you are ready to type! Any comment made without an email entered or one of the icons clicked to log in, goes to me for moderation and will not be posted. So you can enter your information below like this, with username first if you want me to know who you are in Don’t Call It Bollywood-land! And then type in your address:
4. And then just click Post Comment! And it will wing it’s way to me as a private communication, that will not appear on the site.
And don’t worry, if you mess up the instructions and it posts, I can still make it go away right away. Not that I think our site is being trolled by terrible people for addresses, but it’s just common sense not to put contact information on a public website.
Once I get your message, I will immediately drop a card in the mail to you!
I don’t want to ruin the surprise by showing you the whole card, but following Karan Johar’s example, I will give you a series of teasers. To start, here is one of the images I used for the card: