March 03, 2004

I'd like to thank the academy...

...and the post-academy, and the would-be academy, and the anti-academy...*

Ogged notes that Unfogged is "one year old, as of sometime last week," and issues thanks to his readers and commenters.

Which reminds me that I should do likewise. Invisible Adjunct was a year old on 28 February. Sincere thanks to all those who read, comment, link, and email.

*As I write this entry, I must confess that I am not glamourously but tastefully attired in a ready-for-the-red-carpet ballgown. I was left in the lurch when my stylist eloped with my Pilates instructor, and I just couldn't decide between the Vintage Chanel and the Versace.

Posted by Invisible Adjunct at March 3, 2004 09:05 PM

And thank you. This is a wonderful community, in no small part because of your wit, fairness, and superb writing.

The fact that you didn't even consider a Vera Wang, however, is troubling.

Posted by: ogged at March 4, 2004 10:08 AM

Hey! Congrats! :)

I agree with ogged -- if you have the choice, go with the Wang. Versacce is so _old_ looking!

Posted by: Rana at March 4, 2004 11:16 AM

*claps lustily, motions to bandleader to hold off on the 'time's up!' theme*

Posted by: language hat at March 4, 2004 12:16 PM

I am also presuming that during your photo-ops, you also do not have your head cocked with a fixed, demented smile on your face -- Nicole Kidman pioneered it, Maggie Gyllenhall (sp.?) perfected it.

Don't tell me if I'm wrong. Please.

Posted by: Zizka at March 4, 2004 01:13 PM

Vera Wang is so five minutes ago. I'm thinking Valentino.

Happy anniversary from the little people who make it all possible.

Posted by: emily at March 4, 2004 10:20 PM

Out with Vera Wang, in with Valentino, eh?

I really need a new stylist.

Posted by: Invisible Adjunct at March 4, 2004 11:20 PM

Only a year old! This blog seems so mature and organised! Well done!

Posted by: Duckling at March 5, 2004 04:40 AM

Happy blogday, IA! Wow, it just occurred to me that I've been reading you almost from the beginning. (And I vote for the vintage Chanel. As long as it's not that beige/champagne/whatever neutral color that half the actresses at the Oscars seemed to be wearing.)

Posted by: Amanda at March 5, 2004 02:02 PM