Lethbridge haute couture

JoanneIf you follow Lethbian Love much, most likely you noticed that I have mentioned Joanne Maharaj Lewis and her Edit Shoppe a few times.

Some time back, she and I had an idea to do a Lethbridge version of The Sartorialist/LOOKBOOK.nu, featuring some of the better-dressed citizens who grace our streets from time to time. They really exist, and we will prove it!

Joanne took a headstart and has been profiling a few people, which she’ll be contributing to Lethbian Love for “My Style L.A.”

Watch for the next post and welcome aboard, Joanne!

Guest bloggers wanted!

First, I have to apologize for the lack of updates. If there’s one thing people should not have to deal with, it’s a sick pussy spewing forth fluids all over their rug. Last week, my cat Montecore fell ill and we had to hospitalize him. Beyond costing a small fortune and wrecking my nerves, the last thing I worried about was posting content to the blog. Don’t hold it against me, or god may punish you.

One of the things to a successful blog is to have well-written, relevant updates daily, if not more often. Building solid readership doesn’t happen overnight. Although I’ve been giving it a good effort and have gotten a little help here and there, I know there’s a lot more that this blog can do!

With that said, Lethbian Love is searching for guest bloggers and needs your mad skills! Is there something you love about Lethbridge, are passionate about, want to spread the word to your L.A. homies or just find an outlet for your ego? Become a contributor! Or if you’re lazy like me, but have cool a story/fact/person you think would work, submit your ideas! Just like dating, I’m not picky!

Be a guest blogger, for me.

Be a guest blogger, for me.

One last thing: this week will be lacking updates as well, as I’m off to a work retreat tomorrow and will have little to no access to the net. Ugh, sorry.

Alien apocalypse

Better you than me, Jonny
Let’s face it. A zombie attack hitting Lethbridge is a bit more feasible than a bushel of Pirates ransacking our city in the dead of night from the OldMan River. As somebody who is overly paranoid and sure that man-kind’s demise hangs overhead like a rusted out guillotine, I have made many extravagant plans in order to get out of the city quickly and effectively. Many of my plans follow the same guidelines. In fact, my Marshal Law scenario is exactly the same as my Alien Contact scenario. I write this post satirically of course, but the fact of the matter is, that you should always have some sort of plan to follow in case of ANY Emergency. Here is a good site to refer to for the very basics of protecting yourself and your loved ones: http://www.getprepared.gc.ca

So here’s the scenario, a horrible pandemic has hit every corner of the Earth in only a few short weeks thanks to modern travel and the diseases incubation period. With symptoms rivaling that of Ebola, death comes like a thief screaming in the night. Unless properly burned, the once dead bodies possess the uncanny ability to reanimate in a matter of hours. With so many people dropping dead, fires can’t be started fast enough. Soon Mayor Magrath Drive is full of the walking undead, and they smell your beautiful brain.

Let’s plan this together. What do you do? What tips can you share for the Lethbian masses? I want to see some deep, insightful comments people!

Guest blogger ahoy!

Carli Kogler - Death by Clam ChowderAllow me to introduce our first guest blogger, Carli Kogler.

I first met Carli a couple years back, when she interned in my office. Unfortunately, she wasn’t one of “those” interns – the kind that gets you coffee and “muffins,” but I didn’t hold it against her. She’s a fellow web designer, anime geek and artist. She also makes great dip. And is a ginger.

She’s going to write about stuff, so welcome to Lethbian Love, Carli!