I interrupt my chronic abandonment of this blog to bring you the following announcement: After a long and comforting absence, Dr Harold Toboggans has been sighted again in Memphis.
Reliable sources confirm rumors that the infamous psychoanalyst is set to attend the Cooper Young Trunk or Treat celebration this Sunday, October 31st. The event is scheduled to run from 4pm to 6pm at 1015 Cooper Ave, so, in the interest of safety, I suggest you all head to Arkansas.
As much as I would like to believe otherwise, I’m afraid we’ve not seen the last of Dr Toboggans. I have no doubt that entirely too soon he’ll be fully recovered and inflicting himself yet again upon the defenseless city.
In the now infamous Forbes article, Memphis was declared to be the third most miserable city in America. For therapist Dr Harold Toboggans this came as good news, for in his school of psychiatry, misery equals money.
Join the good Doctor as he takes to Beale Street and interviews some St Patrick’s Day revelers about their views on the true misery level of Memphis.
In which Dr Harold Toboggans, psychiatric scourge of Memphis, continues his intervention of Church Health Center Wellness, enduring the rigors of healthy snacks, lard-free recipes, and hordes of small humans.