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Yes, ladies and gentlemen, you have arrived!  By unanimous acclamation (it was easy – one voter, one vote), “Reflections From a Cloudy Mirror” has been named “The World’s Sexiest Blog.” I must confess that I wasn’t at all surprised.  I mean, here at RFACM, one has it all!  Drama, humor, pathos, music, photos, information. . .you name it, it’s here.  Unless you are looking for sex.  Oh well – you really can’t have everything, but you can come close, and you have. . .you’re here.  THE WORLD’S SEXIEST BLOG!  Did I mention that this is it?  I know, because “Spirit Lights the Way” told me so, and she should know.  (Pay no attention to the “pointless platitudes” part.)

If you read the link to Nancy’s blog (above), then you will become aware that my tongue is placed firmly in my cheek.  But Nancy’s blog got me to thinking about the way people think of themselves and of each other, and about how we go about finding what we look for. I will be interested to see over the next few days if the title of this post manages to bring in readers or blog-surfers only for the purpose of reading the world’s sexiest blog!  What do you think?  Are you, perhaps, one of those surfers looking for a “sexy” read?  Don’t get me wrong, I’m delighted you are here – just not altogether sure that you are equally delighted!

I am one of the fortunate people who doesn’t have to sit alone at my computer and blog-surf in order to find places that will somehow fill whatever need I have.  I think that a blog would be a rather unsatisfying place to get sexual fulfillment, but then again, I’m probably not your average blogger.  But maybe I am.  You know of course what that means, don’t you?  Yup! Anybody’s blog can be the sexiest!  You, too, one day might receive this coveted assignation.  Dream on, all you less-than-the-sexiest bloggers!  Dream big.  One day, you too may have the pleasure of decorating your own blog with this one-of-a-kind award:

Well, so much for this post.  I am, as ever, too sexy for my blog.  That should be enough. . .