Well, my friends, I’m back from attending my first ever RWA (Romance Writers of America) conference, and it was everything I hoped it would be and so much more! Now, brace yourselves, grab a snack. Be sure to stay hydrated. This post reached epic length about halfway through typing it…
Some of you already know I’m working on an extra-special video project right now for an exceptionally awesome lady. It will be ready for your viewing pleasure next week. Same bat-time, same bat-channel. The name of this exceptionally awesome lady? Ellen DeGeneres.
Yes, THE Ellen DeGeneres. Wondering how I “know” Ellen? Let me tell you about it!
Btw, I pulled this story from a blog I posted on LiveJournal in 2008. Recycling is a beautiful thing.
Can I get an Amen? Hallelujah! Praise be to Him and all the little lambs that frolic the earth with their frankincense and myrrh…You get the picture. I have been waiting nearly ten years for this revival to happen. And I, unlike a lot of people, never lost hope that it would. I knew it deep down in my gut. I’m so lucky because I get to celebrate the return of Gilmore Girls with one of my best gal-pals in the world, Michelle Kelly! She’s flying in from London (Ontario, not jolly old England) on Friday, and we shall commence the festivities as soon as I finish teaching. Oh, the visions I have for our junk food spread. I’ve gained ten pounds just thinking about it. The very moment we cross the threshold into my bachelorette pad, the PJs will go on, the Gilmorian feast will be placed upon my queen-size bed, and we will kick back and binge on delicious food and even more delicious new episodes of our beloved Gilmore Girls!
Ahoy-hoy, friends! It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Not Christmas, but it might as well be! I am absolutely OBSESSED with the Olympics. Obsessed, I tell you! Are you as nuts about the sportsy-sports as I am? You’ve been parked in front of your TV set since last Friday, too, right? Okay, good.
Hello, all you beautiful people! Thanks again for joining me this week! I’m writing this post Sunday night – the one that’s already happened, not the one in the future. I’m not THAT talented. Why so early, you ask? Because tomorrow, Monday (the day that happened two days ago for you), I’m headed to a cottage for a few days with a couple of my teacher pals. We’re going completely off the grid, baby! No cell service, no internet. Just three girls, a ton of food, a ton and a half of gossip, and glorious, glorious nature. Oh, the fun we’ll have!