For the first time in my life, I don’t have time to read. This seems like not that big a deal, but this is coming from someone who is never without a book. While growing up, I constantly had a book in hand; while eating, watching TV, getting ready for school, on car or bus […]
One of the items on my life list is “Own 5 new Kate Spade items.” I know, so shallow. “Meet David Tennant. Offer to have his children,” is much more noble. And I am now the proud owner of FOUR Kate Spade item. Y’all…I am SO CLOSE. And it is only due to the generosity […]
I want a DustBuster. Very. Badly. Jethro will not let me have one. Before anyone starts hollering about partnership, Jethro and I have an unspoken agreement about bossing each other around when it comes to our personal quirks. Occasionally, Jethro needs a kick in the butt when it comes to motivation and keeping positive. (He’s […]
One of the bad things about having a fairly non-anonymous blog is that I can’t share with you guys the projects I’m working on because they are gifts for people who will read the post and go, “She’s giving me THAT??” OR they won’t read the blog at all, but I think they do and […]
I have admitted defeat. Between writing for A Practical Wedding, We Heart This, my grad school class and here (when I actually do…sorry guys…), making Christmas presents and cards and being married to the most wonderful and annoying man on the planet, I am all tapped out. Fun stuff like reading has fallen to the […]
Good LORD, there are a lot of your readers out there. I’m going to compile the suggestions into one post (eventually), but since so many people kept talking about being a part of GoodReads, I figured it was time to update my profile and let y’all friend me. (I joined in 2007!) You can find me under […]
Buy My That! is where I showcase stuff I want. Feel free to let your inner capitalist out and show me what you want too…. Let’s have a party! Here’s your invitation.
Pushing Daisies was, for two brief shining seasons, some of the best television out there. It was the story of Ned the Piemaker, a man with the ability to bring back the dead with a touch. He can only bring them to life for 60 seconds before something else must die in order to balance out […]