I am sure that Corey Feldman has some tales he can tell from his friendship with the King of Pop. On one hand, I hope he keeps his mouth shut. The other hand hopes he spills details. Will Corey take the high road? Not likely.
Cleveland’s fastest-growing grassroots, family-friendly arts festival is back and better than ever, with more exhibits, installations performances and activities. More than 5,000 people are expected to spend the day on Waterloo, seeing and making art, catching live performances, shopping an array of vendors and noshing on local eats, as well as visiting all the one-of-a-kind businesses that make this burgeoning district unique.
CLE Clothing Co gave a sneak peak at some of their new designs on their site yesterday, some of which will be available at the Made in the 216 Event. I am super excited about more shirts. I think I am not-so-secretly replacing all my old t-shirts with new ones from CLE Clothing Co.
I am curious...if you had lots of money to pay to get your hair done and you knew there would be people photographing you whenever you went out shopping, wouldn't you make sure it didn't look like you colored your hair with the $4 hair dye?
Now my hair looks like I pay $6.50 but I do pay only $6.50 and I am not famous.
Really, 4 days flew by. But it was a good four days spent relaxing, reading, cleaning, working out, and some fun (seeing Artie Lange at the Improv fits in that category for sure...FIRE!). While I am sad it's time to go back to work, I am also thankful that I only have a full week this week. The two weeks after that are short weeks and I can barely contain my excitement.
Maybe I need this game to entice me to actually want to go to a bar. Lately, I have had almost ZERO desire to go to a bar, after dark, when other people might actually be there. People in bars annoy me: frat boys, visible thongs, excess cleavage, drunk people, bathroom lines. Ugh. But this game might actually make me happy to see these things and therefore I might appear to others that I do not have a giant stick up my ass.
For my two days off of work, I planned to sit pool-side and tan myself. (images of a rotisserie chicken come to mind---all the turning and browning myself up) But of course, it's Cleveland and they didn't get the memo that I needed to be happy and tan.
One good decision can lead to another...that's what the Nutri-Grain commercial says. Well it's kind of true. For example my decision to buy a bottle of berry vodka and lemonade has led to the good decision to drink them as nature intended, in the same glass.
The Home Girl sale features vintage furnishings, handmade items and original artwork. Home Girl is located at Maplewood Farm, 2357 Hudson-Aurora Rd. Sale hours are Thursday 6.18 from 10am-6pm; Friday 6.19 from 10am-6pm; and Saturday 6.20 from 9am-5pm.
I can't believe the weekend is over and Monday is here, again. I know, every week, it starts all over. Thank heavens I have a short week because I am not sure I could make a whole 5 days of work this week. I think my brain is fried.