2013 – The Year of Improvement
Tag Archives: NaBloPoMo
If you know me, you know I can’t participate in Wordless Wednesday 100% effectively. I always have to add words. I found this at my mom’s house last week: It’s a compact mirror from the Up-and-Coming Airline – Piedmont Airlines which as most of us know is long-gone. Remember when airlines actually went the extra mile and gave things like this out? Kristen Are you raising a teen or a tween? Join the conversation over at Ten to Twenty Parenting!
For Sale: 1968 slightly worn out yet still in good condition Mom. Filter doesn’t always work, exhaust blows smoke (but only when needed), sometimes needs time to warm up to run effectively, edges are a little rough, horn is loud and can sound unexpectedly, but the radio is perfectly pitched. Windows are stuck halfway down, headlights are out of focus, couple of dings in the rear but other than that, no major blemishes. For more information or to inquire as to price, please click the “contact” button. Serious offers only. I get that I’m not perfect – far from it, believe me. Like the description above, I realize that my filter only works half the time but trust me – I’m a lot better than I used to be. Ask anyone who’s stuck around long enough. I do have bad news for the newbs in my life though, it IS … read more
I love the theatre. My first (only) professional role was in the 5th grade at the Barn Dinner Theatre. I played Ngana, the daughter of Emile de Becque in South Pacific. to this day, I can sing every single word of every single song of that show. It was my DREAM to play Nellie Forbush at some point but it never happened. The show ran for two months I think, but I was hooked for life. It was a great way for me to act out my crazy imagination and I was pretty damn good, if I do say so myself. I had the good fortune to audition and win a spot at our only arts based high school – it was like Glee 25 years ago. I spent the first half of my day at my home based high school with my core classes and before lunch was free … read more