(Note: This has been updated from the original post earlier this morning, which was missing 300 words thanks to the new “auto-save” feature on the new “WordPress Editor.” In short: I almost had a stroke already this morning…)
The latest round in The Public Blogger’s “Performer of the Year” competition has been completed, and thanks to your continued support — and a little help from Canada,eh? — I not only made it through the round but remain in the No. 1 spot after sweeping the public and judges vote. And yes, and investigation has been launched.
My reaction when the results were posted was something along the lines of:
So what does this mean exactly?
I have no idea, other than I’ll be heading into Round Six with my fellow nominees — Oscar, Rebecca, Kelly and Charles — this Sunday for our next challenge, which is called “RAW.” The one thing I do know is that if they want the ratings to stay up, it better include me keeping my clothes on.
I also know that, since round 5 is officially over, I can share this video about my 24-hour Canadian citizenship on my blog for those of you who might’ve missed it because 1) You couldn’t get the link to open on your browser, 2) You were worried there may be nudity and maple syrup involved, 3) Your search engine derailed somewhere near Alberta, 4) It’s still too early to think about anything but Glenn, or 5) You have no idea what I’m talking about because you stumbled onto this blog after Googling “performance issues.”
Whatever the reason you’re here, I want to thank you for your continued and unwavering support on this journey. There have been some moments when I’ve questioned my participation in this, and your support has been an inspiration for me; I feel like I am representing you and your faith in me, as well as the importance of humor in our lives.
Oh great, now I’m stressed out. I should’ve kept my fat mouth shut!
Anyway, as I head into Round 6 this Sunday, here’s my “24-hour Candian citizenship” video in its entirety, eh?
Again, my sincere Thank You and appreciation for all of your continued support and encouragement in this competition. Wherever I end up, whether it be in the finals on Dec. 30 or before that due to elimination, I want you to know what a privilege it is having your support. I promise to do my best to earn it every week.
Unless there’s dancing involved…
Truly, Thank You.
P.S. This post replaces the first version, which I did on the “new and improved” WordPress editor only to discover it’s “auto-save” feature didn’t work. I am back to the old version and the safety of having a “save” button. #hatesnewversion