Have we met in "real life"? If so – hang in there while I tell the friends at home who have not met me in "real life" a little bit about myself.
I am vertically challenged (aka "short"). My dad was maybe once 5'6" (I'm convinced he's shrinking) and my mom, 4'11". There was never any hope for me being tall. Reaching 5'2" was a feat in and of itself, one that I have appreciated and even at times celebrated. I am not, however, small. I've never known how the inside of a pair of size 0 jeans feels (though I imagine they feel exactly like the inside of a pair of size 10 jeans). I...
I have a linen obsession. I own more quilts and comforters than any person with only one bed should be allowed purchase. I also have entirely too many sets of sheets, all stored in clear plastic bins in the laundry room.
You impressed countless people with your 30 Day Shred. You promised results in twenty minutes (though I think we should get you a watch because the program lasts longer than twenty minutes), and you delivered (nevermind the fact that I have yet to complete the program in its entirety). And after we had all adjusted to the idea of having the life beaten out of us, you released two more programs:...
Pie, not alcohol.
Jeans, not slacks.
Ponytail, not hairspray, curlers, etc.
Flip flops, not heels.
Quiet, not loud.
Silver, not gold.
White, not black.
Cereal, not chicken.
Strawberry, not chocolate.
Chocolate, not caramel.
Country, not rock.
Country, not city.
I'm about two months into P90X, a comprehensive workout program. After reading some blogs, I discovered that I could substitute a supplement for the very expensive name-brand. So, I did. After I ran out, I headed over to GNC in Fort Worth to refill.
A very nice, very big guy was there to help. I asked...
In glassy-eyed day dreams, I live in New York City. I rent a one-room apartment on the ground floor of a historic, federal-style brick home built in the 1800's nestled in Greenwich Village. To me, this is the heart of the city.
this report is true, which I believe it is, we are all participating in
the future of the web. The future of the web will be driven by people, our experiences, locations, reviews and content. I explained this
concept to some co-worker...