I'm Blue Girl In a Red State and I'm also a blue girl in a red state. Meaning, I am sad that my state is red and not blue, politically speaking.

It does not mean, not that anyone has ever implied it, that I am indecent or somewhat obscene.

Too bad for you.

I've been blogging since March 2005. I've made many wonderful friends and an enemy or two since I started to blog. The good has outweighed the bad, that's for sure.

For example, lots of cool people have dropped by my blog and left comments. Pete Townshend of The Who and James Wolcott of Vanity Fair have, just to name a couple. The Devil himself showed up once, and since I'm a good liberal heathen, I welcomed him with open arms.

Although the name of my blog is political in nature, I tend not to write about politics all that much. I, much to the dismay of Tom Watson, tend to write mostly silly stuff, with some politics sprinkled in every now and then.

You should know a few things about me as you might be possibly considering, at this very moment, becoming a habitual Blue Girl reader:

• I am goofy.

• I can't help it.

• I am easily amused.

• I crack myself up.

So, if goofy's not your *thing,* Blue Girl may not be your *thing* either.

Although, pshaw! That's really hard to imagine.

I do hope that if you're actually reading this About Me page, you'll spend some time reading Blue Girl and comment every once in awhile.

Like Pete Townshend said once, "I love this place!"

Hopefully you will, too.

Because that would make me less blue. And what I mean by that is less sad. Not less of a Democrat or less obscene. Just so you know.