Hi everyone, Zac here.
First, I’d like to give a shout-out to Val for setting up this blog and for being an all-around class act. Mad props too to Tracie, for providing us Unicorns with gainful employment, a gorgeous new floor and those life-affirming intangibles such as dressing up like Chassity Goodfellow the Espresso-Slingin’ Pilgrim on Thanksgiving. If there’s anything you can get at Starbucks besides over-roasted coffee it sure ain’t that.
As Val says below, this blog is a forum for you, Dear Customer, to express your likes, wants, needs and opinions. After all, you’re customers: By definition, you have those things in spades. For example, if you think my idea of “room for cream” is a little too synonymous with “just barely not overflowing,” let me know and I’ll give you space for a veritable flood of dairy or, if the thought of hearing Fleet Foxes’ Ragged Wood or Alicia De Larrocha’s ivory-ticklin’ one more time makes you want to sear your eardrums with a steam wand, well, just say the word and I’ll take those albums out of the rotation. Because, you see, it’s all about you, so hit us up in the comments on this here blog. Any comment, question, peeve, kudo can be thrown after any post–we’ll see it and respond accordingly.
Now, a lot of you “custies” (as I’m wont to call ya) are frequently asking about my dance doings and if and when there’s going to be a show coming up. Well, as of last week, I now have my very own blog where I post all that info in one handy location, link to my and my friends’ projects, and weigh in on all matter of things dance-related and not. Send my page views through the roof so I can sell advertising–it’d put me in a better mood than even my beloved 12 oz. quad 2% lattes do.
Much, much more fun awaits you here at the Unicorn Blog, so be sure to visit again and often. Rumor has it that the esteemed, hirsute Brendan D. Light (yes folks, that’s his real name) is considering a regular feature titled Anatomy of a Tip Sign, although you shouldn’t believe everything you read on the internet. Stay tuned regardless and I’ll see you at the register,