Awhile ago, I watched Edie’s ghetto video about makeup for those of us who aren’t 25 anymore. I am a convert. I want to hear what tips those of you who “aren’t 25 anymore” are using. I’m feeling my age. My mother says I was never a kid – I was a 35 year old straight from the womb. So, that makes me, um… a million. I could use all the help I can get.
It’s eight weeks until Blissdom. I can’t wait to meet you all. If you’re going, pretty please leave me a little comment so I can go check out your blog. And try not to laugh too hard at me. Or throw spitballs. Or have your dad call me and demand to know why I gave you a C. Wait, I won’t quiz you. Scratch that last part. These photos are from the I_Blog Conference a couple weeks ago. What is with those weird faces? I watched back my video. I use my hands a lot. It’s kinda distracting. And those faces? I have no explanation for those.
This post by photographer Susan Keller will make you love her work, if you don’t already. Short on Words, but MAD on skills. Will someone give this girl a book deal already?
Fudge covered Oreos have hit the shelves. ‘Nuff said.
My brilliant friend Nester spills it all in her Ultimate Tassel Guide. I can’t believe she’s sellin’ the family secrets. But she is, so get your hiney over to Nesting Place before she changes her mind. I just want 1/10th of her craftiness. I don’t even own a glue gun. I think she keeps hers attached to her hip on a special glue-gun holster.
Are you not crafty, but love beautiful things? My friend Melissa at Inspired Room posted a beautiful DIY holiday craft that even *I* can do. Epsom salt? Who knew? Sandy at Reluctant Entertainer has a centerpiece tutorial that makes me wish we still had leaves. I am thinking this can be adapted for Christmas with tinsel or ornaments. Wouldn’t that be crafty?
Creative Junkie is one of my new and favorite blog crushes. Girl is funnnn-nnny. Go read this, then email it to your husbands and friends to email to their husbands. Crack. Me. Up.
And lastly, Jodi at MCP made me laugh out loud. This totally sounds like something I’d post. I’m so glad she wrote it so I don’t have to. Hey photographers – the word is photos, not photo’s. Oh Jodi, I think I love you.
Christmas card time is here. Don’t be the one who sends the card signed: Merry Christmas, Love The Miller’s.
Ay yi yi.