Thanks to everyone who participated in last weeks flirt challenge.
While you are all winners, her are the people I’m sending stuff to (because Random.org told me to…)
Monday The Me Project Jennifer S. May 22, 2011 at 7:44 pm
Tuesday DVD of The Husband Project Judy Parker May 24, 2011 at 8:31 pm
Wednesday The Marriage Project Catherine May 24, 2011 at 11:33 pm
Thursday Starbucks Card Rachel May 26, 2011 at 5:46 am
Friday Candle Chelsea at May 27, 2011 at 9:25 am•
email my assistant sunnie at kathilipp.com with what you won and your mailing address and we will get it right out!
Finally , I love that so many of you too on the Post-it Note day. I wanted to leave you with a different kind of note. This is from one of my favorite websites, www.passiveagressivenotes.com Enjoy!
First off, I have had so much fun reading your comments from Tuesday’s blog post – I have had to restrain myself from hopping on to Ebay and ordering everything that you recommended… More on some of your obsessions next week.
Now for today. When my blog posts dwindle down to just a couple a week, you know that one of two things is happening:
I have a book due in days, not months
And right now? It’s both.
I am in rewrites of THE “WHAT’S FOR DINNER?” SOLUTION and on the road.
OK – don’t feel too sorry for me. We are at Disneyland right now. At the Disneyland Hotel. In their renovated suites. Pictured below…
Yes – the headboard lights up.
And plays the song, “A dream is a wish your heart makes.”
If it wasn’t so cool, it would make me gag a little.
So Roger is happy to be in Disneyland, and our daughter Amanda is here too. We are meeting our girl Kimber for a wedding on Saturday. Everyone is happy.
Because in order to take this little road trip, we had to board our puggle, Jake. And that just makes me all kind of sad.
It’s like taking your kid to preschool. Will he get along with the other kids? Will he eat his food? Does he miss me?
So my wonderful husband, knowing the puppy anxiety I have around leaving Jake, did something that only a rock star of a husband would do. He paid the extra five dollars a night to have the webcam activated in his sleeping room.
When people ask me “Is that your natural hair color?” I always tell them the truth – “Yes, but now I have to pay for it.”
You see, I’ve always been a redhead – as a child I cursed it, (in THE ME PROJECT I have a whole chapter dedicated to my red-hot hate of my red-hot curls,) and now I pay big bucks for it.
There’s only one problem – my gray hair demands that I get it colored every two weeks – my budget says once a month.
That’s two weeks of frightening small children and woodland creatures…
But now, my hair guy, Franc, (yes, really) introduced me to this “Tween Times stick. All you have to do is find a willing husband to color inside the lines on your head and you’re good to go.
And yes – they have different colors to blend with yours. I stockpiled the red stick just in case.
My dad has been a collector of all things junk my entire life. Now I finally see the mentality of this put to good use.
This show is like validation for everyone who should be on Hoarders – two guys – Mike and Frank – stop by random houses and go “picking” through people’s stuff. The have an antique business and resell this stuff to dealers, collectors and decorators.
It is my most anticipated hour of TV.
Jamba Juice’s Peach Blackberry Smash Frozen Bar
Must. Go. Get. Now.
Now it’s your turn – anything you would like to share with the rest of the class?