Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Clubbing It

Happy April Fool's Day. I hope yours is a quiet one and any jokes played are indeed playful.

In honor of April Fool's Day I'm joining in with other bloggers for a worthy cause: April Food Day. Bloggers getting together for very worthy cause. I don't have to tell you my friends what's going on. Times are tougher than ever.

People who never had a worry before are now turning to food banks for help and finding that the shelves are bare. There is not enough food being donated to meet the sudden rise in demand.

Every dollar contributed provides seven meals or 10 pounds of food. A gift of $25 provides 75 meals. If you'd like to make a donation to Feeding America (formally second harvest) click here. You can make a difference today.
Now without any appropriate transition except to say I am truly blessed, last night I attended our first meeting of our newly formed book/social club. Now I think we’ve come up with just the right way of how to handle a book club unlike some of the clubs from this NYT article I blogged about here. We decided to make the club not too heavy, but lighter, more low key by not having anyone host. Instead we choose a restaurant to go out to and have some eats and drinks and lots of chat ‘bout. How can you not have a good time with that?

Our first selection was: Trail of Crumbs: Hunger, Love, and the Search for Home by Kim Sunee.

It was a good first book full of emotion, colorful imagery and amazing food. A feast for the senses. The book sparked a lively discussion that had us chatting well past our food, drinks and later our coffee. Or maybe we just were not in a rush to get home to our kids and husbands. Hmm...

We’re now busy thinking of what the next book will be. I can’t wait.

Do any of you belong to a book club?
I never thought I would, but with this combo of easygoing friends and a nice night out I’m having loads of fun.


Lucky Surprise

What’s Jack up to? Jack’s Chilling. Working on his coolness. As if he need work. Ha!

I’m a winner!

And I’m really shocked about it since I entered the Save The Contemporary contest with my usual thought of, “well you’re not winning that.” I know, I’m an eternal optimist. I even went over to one of my favorite blogs Ramblings on Romance and saw that Kristie did not win and made a premature comment that I didn’t win either. So Embarrassing when I went to Smart Bitches Trashy Books a moment later to find that I did win a copy of the new Lisa Kleypas book Smooth Talking Stranger. Now all my usual blog readers know what a big Kleypas fan I am of both her contemporaries and her historicals. I can’t wait to get my hand on this next installment in the Travis family saga. Fun, Fun Fun!

Here’s a synopsis:

Jack Travis leads the uncomplicated life of a millionaire Texas playboy. He makes no commitments, he loves many women, he lives for pleasure. But no one has ever truly touched his heart or soul. Until one day, a woman appears on his doorstep with fury on her face and a baby in her arms. It seems Jack is the father and this woman is the baby’s aunt. The real mother has abandoned the child to her more responsible sister. And now, Jack is being called upon to take responsibility for the first time in his life. With delicious romantic tension, characters so real they walk onto the page and into your heart, Lisa Kleypas delivers the kind of novel that makes you laugh, love; cry and cheer.

Don’t you just love an unexpected surprise? I hope you get a good one today.


Monday, March 30, 2009

My Obsession- Hello Lover again.

What's Jack up to? Jack's raring to go today. Ready to start the week full of his usual energy and optimism. I hope I can keep up?

I think I have problem. As a matter of fact I know I have a problem. How can a woman be in a theater watching a film with the swoon worthy Clive Owen and be distracted by a handbag? And yet, I was.

The DH and I went to see Duplicity on Friday night. It was a fun night out. I was excited to see Julia and Clive together on the screen. I had my doubts about seeing Clive in such a well lit role. Something I had shared earlier with the PIC. You see I like Clive in nice and dark roles but he worked it out for me.

The movie had it points that had me saying huh? But happily that was worked out nicely too. But back to the main point of today's post, my problem. This night should have been all about the film and Clive, but there I was very early on in the story totally smitten when confronted with an old love. The Marc Jacobs Blake Shoulder Bag. Julia's character carries it in the film. I turn to my DH and whispered to him. "I love that bag. Marc Jacobs. 995." He growls and I can almost feel his eyes roll. I swear if there was AA for bag obsessives he would have me there weekly. It's a good thing I can't afford these loves.

Watch the trailer and see it in motion.

Check out the movie and see Clive in action!


Saturday, March 28, 2009

Church Chat

There is this little church that I past often in my weekly teen chauffeur duties and they have a sign out front that's right by the main road. The cool thing is that since it's a busy two way road they make good use of the sign and put different sayings on both the front and back of the sign.

For the longest time I just drove past and never noticed and honesty I was driving to fast to read it anyway. But now I always slow down and give it a glance to see what sayings they have up for the week. This week I decided to pull over and a pic of a least one side of the sign. I really liked the saying and I hope you do too. It's something I always try and remind my children of.

"To Belittle Is To Be Little"

Have a wonderful weekend!


Friday, March 27, 2009

It's Got A Good Beat And You Can Dance To It

Happy Fab Friday People! Well, another week has flown by. What's up with that? The calender says Spring. There are even crocus cropping up here and there but the thermometer here in New York clearly did not get the memo.

Yesterday I was doing the mommy afternoon drive thing with the DD. Joy and fun with teens right? And when this happens you lose all control of your car radio especially with my girl. Cut to me cringing with the rapid fire speed of the station changing.

So this is what's playing in my 15 year old's ears and subsequently what's playing in my ears too right about now. I can't deal with some of her music, but some I really do like. And hey, she does go for a lot of my 80's stuff and she gets Prince. The girl has some good taste. In honor of Fab Friday and Simply Seleta Enjoy some Fab teen/mom questionable bonding music.

The Ting Tings

Kid Cudi

Prince baby


Thursday, March 26, 2009

And the Award Goes to...

What’s Jack up to? Wild boy is having a fun time lately perched up high on the couch looking out the window barking at the world. He’s still not thrilled with me not taking him out as often or as long as he would like this past week but he’s been pulling a bit too much lately and the back can't deal. I told you before Jack graduated from obedience training under 'the no child left behind act'. But really, all is pretty good in Jack’s world.

Yesterday the nominations for RWA’s Rita and Golden Heart awards came out which is essentially the Oscars for romance books. Twitter was all a twitter and the message boards were on fire with congratulations all around. I’d like to say congrats too all the nominees.
I can feel my TBR (to be read) pile growing at this very moment.

Here is the list of nominees for Contemporary Single Title Romance
No Good Girls by Jean Marie Pierson
Not Another Bad Date by Rachel Gibson
Out of Time by Samantha Graves

Snowfall at Willow Lake by Susan Wiggs
Sweet Talk by Susan Mallery
Tall Tales and Wedding Veils by Jane Graves
Twenty Wishes by Debbie Macomber
Your Roots Are Showing by Elise Chidley

Kwana sidebar: Lisa Kleypas’ Blue Eyed Devil so should have been on this list. It’s my blog and I’ll say what I want to.

Now here is the list for Historical Romance
Duchess by Night by Eloisa James
In Bed with the Devil by Lorraine Heath

Private Arrangements by Sherry Thomas

Seduce Me at Sunrise by Lisa Kleypas
The Edge of Impropriety by Pam Rosenthal
The Spymaster’s Lady by Joanna Bourne
To Seduce a Sinner by Elizabeth Hoyt
Where the Heart Leads by Stephanie Laurens

I don’t even know which way to turn here with so many of my faves on the list. Hello. Kleypas, Hoyt, James. Sigh. And the others I have not read yet but have heard very good things. So many books so little time.

These are just two categories to get the full list you can go to the RWA site here. I like to give a big shout out Jessica Anderson, Yay! Gena Showalter and Roxanne St. Claire for their well deserved nominations. What a day!

If you haven’t already, please check out some of these wonderful authors.


Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Get Thee On Purpose

pur⋅pose :1. the reason for which something exists or is done, made, used, etc.
2. an intended or desired result; end; aim; goal.
3. determination; resoluteness.
4. the subject in hand; the point at issue.
5. practical result, effect, or advantage: to act to good purpose.

Last night while pulling tear sheets for inspiration on a story I’m working on I came across an article in an old issue of Essence Magazine called Finding The Path to Your Purpose written by Monique Greenwood.

It got me thinking a question that I often ask myself. Am I following my purpose? You see I really want to be. Because I believe if I’m not then I’ll never be truly successful or happy. But how do you know if you’re "On Purpose" or how do you stay the course when things are not quite working out or the dream is just not materializing or life just keeps throwing marbles in your path?

Well, how do you know? Don’t look to me for the answers I’m asking the questions here today.

Ok I’ll give you a few suggestions from the article that I thought were pretty good and lastly one from me that may or may not be total junk. Hey, you can take it or leave it. I'm just me.

1. Put yourself in the picture: imagine yourself in the role you want to be. Sketch out a collage or storyboard. Visualization helps keep us on track

2. Forge full steam ahead even if only for 15 minutes: Don’t wait for Someday. Someday usually never comes. Right? Take it from the great procrastinator.

3. Ring up a role model: Surround yourself with a few good people that are true cheerleaders. Or better yet a mentor. Have positive people in your corner. No downers allowed.

4. Persist despite the fear: Fear is the great paralyzer and time sucker. Don’t let it stop you from realizing your dreams. Just don't.

5. The last tip from me is live with hope and faith and step out on it because it doesn’t matter how much you hope and dream it all takes work. Hard work to see it all come true. And if it is your true purpose it should come true, eventually, and you will be smiling big when it does. Inside and out.


Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Sucked In A Tweetisphere

What's Jack up to? Jack's doing the chill Jack thing right now. Meaning trouble later.

So I've been Twittering for a bit now. Still learning, but quickly going over to the dark side and fast. I have to say I'm having so much fun keeping up with my friends in just about real time while watching the same shows. And no, these are not really strangers, well, not mostly. See I know my P-I-C and my writer/fashion friends. Sure Anderson Cooper, Mc Hammer and Ellen D. don't know me but it's fun to watch them being the voyeur I am. So I'll admit I'm stuck in the abyss and enjoying it... for now. Cue creepy music here please.

Care to follow me? Well come on the water's fine!


Monday, March 23, 2009

Time to Make The Donuts

What’s Jack up to? Jack is being Jack. He has been a sweetie to me, being so concerned while I’ve been out of it with my back ,but also taking advantage of my slow movements by getting into all sorts of mess like the trash, climbing on tables, going into the kids bags then sprinting under the beds where he knows I can’t go. Be warned, Jack. I will be better soon.

As to that I’m determined to get up and out today. I feel a bit better. The back is still hurting some, but it’s not excruciating and I’ve got way too much to do to stay in bed any longer. No matter enticing that may be. Besides, the DH can no longer wait on me. Somebody’s got to make the donuts. And I've got my own job to do.

The DD’s dance recital this weekend was wonderful and she was great. Just the best in my not so humble opinion! But honestly, all the girls did a beautiful job. I’m always blown away by the professional show that they, along with their very talented teachers, put together every year. I'm also grateful for the extra performances that they put on for charity. The fact that they give back to the community is wonderful and makes me proud.

I hope you all have a good week ahead. One that is not too busy with a little down time scheduled in. As for me plan to walk lightly, drive slowly and write a lot.


Sunday, March 22, 2009

My Man- My Hero

Well, the back is still giving me trouble so in kind I've been giving the DH extra trouble. Bad wife I know.

I have to say he's been stepping up admirably. Cooking meals, laundry, driving like a madman with the Dear Twins. Even taking the DD to the mall and the hairdresser. What a Man!

In all my whining and, "come sit with me," "can you move my heating pad?" and "you still love me even though I'm hopeless right?" I had him do a Super Hero at The Hero Factory to go with the one I did last week. No one deserves one more. I think we make a Kick Butt duo. Don't you?



Saturday, March 21, 2009

The Love Connection

Another Saturday. I'll be shuffling slowly to see my DD in her yearly dance recital tonight. It's always such a joy to watch her dance. She's so beautiful and talented.

I know there will be that usual moment where for a second I'll look and not see the 15 year old young woman she is, but will still see the little 4 your old she was taking her first awkward dance steps. I imagine she will look out and search for me, it won't show, but I know she will do it. With her heart. She'll feel me there willing her on through the crowd of hundreds. I'll feel energy coming back at me. For a moment we'll be one. In the end I'll cheer extra loud and let out a big "Woo Hoo!" in the elegant theater to be sure she hears me. She'll smile big and bow quickly before running off stage.

Later she'll roll her eyes and say I'm soooo embarrassing. Her father will be mad at her for saying it. I won't take it personally. Not this time. I know it's expected. I know it's still love. I'll know we were one back there on that stage. Just like then all those years ago. It's the same now. I'm still Mom and she's still my Dear Daughter.

It's a Love Connection.


Friday, March 20, 2009

Spring has Sprung - so they say

What's Jack up to? Jack is getting tired of me not being able to play with him in my normal way. Sorry Dude. I hope to be up and around real soon.

Happy Friday and happy first day of Spring! Spring has come with a chill in the air in New York but never mind I'm sure that pretty soon my garden will be back in bloom and the flowers will be out as they were last year. So let's celebrate Anticipation today.

And have a great weekend!


Update: Check out the first day of Spring snow coming down this morning! I'll keep waiting.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Alter Ego Hotness

Don't ya wish your Alter Ego was hot like me? Don't cha? Well she or he can be. Just go make one for yourself. I'm so thankful to my buddy Mel Francis (her book Bite Me is ready for pre-order now at Amazon yo!) and her Month of Mel challenge for sending me over to The Hero Factory to create her. Isn't she the Hottest. Too bad I'm not feeling quite up to her kick butt status just yet.

I went to have my back checked out and the doctor feels I have a pinched nerve. The lesson here is listen to your body. Really listen. You see I've been having a problem with my big toe on my left foot for quite a while that has taken me off track with my running challenge. Giving me annoying pain that has me saying, Hmm... I really need to check this out... someday. Well, yesterday while barely being able to stand in the doctor's office without holding the wall and having to have my DH help me to the bathroom. I said to the doctor, this is probably unrelated, but I have this crazy pain in my toe. He tell me it's not unrelated at all. The nagging toe pain was a symptom of my pinched nerve.

So all of you 'do for everyone else in the world first' out there folks take a cue from me. Listen to your body and get things checked out. Make yourself a priority. Those little things may be telling you something big.


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Feeling Spry-Not

Owwwie! Well The back pain is back and now I'm feeling and moving like I'm a hundred and fifty years old. Ugh. I can barely think straight so in honor of feeling old I'll leave you with a couple of songs that always make me feel happy and young. I hope you are having a good day.


P.S. Anybody watch the Not So Real Housewives? Simon and Alex doing a parenting book? Too funny!

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Happy Birthday Dear PVE!

What's Jack up to? Jack's wishing all of you a Happy St. Patrick's Day! Have fun in your green and partying it up today. But please go easy peeps. Cheers!

And a super Happy Birthday to my friend Patricia Van Essche of PVE Designs.

You can check out the amazing artist and blog wonder here or just look up and see her handy work on my banner.

Patrica and I have been friends since back in the days when we were both still in the world of 7th avenue fashion. The friendship was cemented the day I discovered she had some sort of bewitching powers and predicted my twins even before my own doctor! Although I suspect since she had just given birth to her own twins she wanted some to follow her in the madness. Since then we've been thick as thieves in good times and so-so. Watching our babies grow up way too fast. Both moving from the city to the sort of country and working hard to make our dreams come true.
Patrica's works of art around my house. I know, lucky me.

Join me in 3 cheers to Patricia! Happy Birthday! May this year be all you wish for.

Much Love,


Monday, March 16, 2009


Hey, Monday what are you doing here already? That's how I'm feeling today. Another Monday another week. I hope everyone had a good weekend. Mine was fine enough with the dear Teen twins making it as stressful as teen twins are sure to do. Oops, did I say that? Yeah I did.

On Saturday night, I'm not sure exactly how, I threw out my back. So much so that a slight twinge turn into all out pain and by the end of the evening and I could barely turn over in bed. But pain killers and heating pads can do wonders and I'm on the mend. Taking it slow.

I tell you, some days I feel every bit of my soon to be forty years. In my body and on my face. Suddenly, my normally decent skin is betraying me with strange hairs popping out and nutty flair ups. What is with that? Some mornings I look in the mirror and see her.

So today in honor if a super busy week ahead with the DD preparing for multiple dance performances and plenty of driving, not to mention,um, writing, I'm cashing in my saved up gift certificate and heading to the day spa for a little maintenance.

Let's hope I can at least come out looking as pretty as this bride.

I hope you have a good week ahead. Any maintenance planned?


Saturday, March 14, 2009


Hope you all are enjoying a relaxing weekend. He sure is.


Friday, March 13, 2009

It's a McWonder

Happy Friday everyone. I hope you all have a nice weekend planned. Lately it seems for me the weekends are just blending with the week and it all feels the same. Work, work and more work just on a different day. I need a McVacation to sort things out.

My mind is cluttered with strange things that it probably should not be, but, well, it is. And here is one of them that's a bit old but still stuck with me especially since I'm off the sugar and white products for Lent. Honestly at this point I'd give my pinky toe for a decent diner grilled cheese with bacon on good old white bread with a big side of fries. Oh be still my heart.

Stop, Kwana, that's not the story. Breath. This is the story. Did you hear about the woman who called 911 because McDonald's didn't have her McNuggets and wouldn't refund her money?

Well, a woman goes into McDonald's orders a 10 piece nuggets they take her money and then tell her they are out of the nuggets and she can have something else. She asks for her money back and they refuse to give it saying all sales are final. What's with that? That sounds like robbery to me.

Now you know when you've got your mind set on something in particular you want that thing. Nothing else will do. Like, I want a grilled cheese on White bread with bacon right now. Not on whole grain with fat free cheese. And if you get me on the wrong day I may have to call 911 on you if you don't give me my money back.

It turns out the woman was given a summons for abusing the 911 system for calling 3 times. She says she called back to get the address correct. I say the restaurant was at fault for not refunding her money. Worse for taking it in the first place and giving her false Nugget hope.

Turns out McDonald's has sent her a bunch of coupons and are now offering a refund. I say they owe her a lot more than that. You don't go messing with a lady when she's got food on her mind.


Thursday, March 12, 2009

CRASH INTO ME- Why Don't Cha?

What's Jack Up to? You know Jack, being as silly as ever. Last night he starts barking his head off, just about waking up the whole neighborhood. I was watching Make Me A Super Model with Tyson Beckford and "Ding-Dong" the doorbell rings on the TV. Jack just loses his mind at that sound thinking it's our door late at night. We could not convince him it wasn't for about 10 minutes. Thanks Tyson. BTW I'm really enjoying that show this season. Anyone else?

A while back I was over at Carolyn Jean's blog A Trillionth Page, you can check it out here ,and was lucky enough to win a copy of Jill Sorenson's Super Sexy thriller CRASH INTO ME. Love a lucky blog day!

About a week later I got a lovely signed copy from Jill. Yay! Jill does a wonderful job writing strong, but very sexy characters while still making them vulnerable. You are instantly engaged with her flawed characters and kept on the edge of your seat with both the suspenseful thriller and the sexy romance. I'm talking Hot!

Here's the blurb from Publishers Weekly:

From Publishers Weekly: Sorenson (Dangerous to Touch) sends tough, emotionally withdrawn FBI agent Sonora Sonny Vasquez to a small California town to investigate a series of murders in this high-tension romantic thriller. The prime suspect is famed pro surfer Ben Fortune, who lives with his emotionally damaged teenage daughter, Carly. When Sonny saves Carly from a possible suicide attempt, she meets Ben, and sparks ignite. As Sonny struggles to keep her distance, other suspects emerge: Carly's troubled friend James, his monstrous father and his strange older brother. The tension revs as more corpses and clues seem to point back to Ben, culminating in a page-turning climax as the killer is finally unmasked. Despite the mystery, the real energy comes from the emotional relationships full of explosive sex and terrible secrets.

Thanks so much Jill and CJ!

You can learn more about Jill Sorenson and her exciting new works at her website here.

BTW? Have you read any good thrillers lately? Do you read thrillers?


Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Spring Forward- New Knits

It’s been a while since I’ve done a Knit Wednesday post. Mainly, because I’m embarrassed to be so far behind in my knitting. I’m still on that darn second sock. Every once in a while knitting a row here and there and when it’s our Wednesday knitting group but mostly doing more therapeutic chatting than knitting.

I also have a bulky black turtleneck that I fear may be done by the winter of 2020 at the rate I’m going but at this point my mind is now onto lighter prettier things like this:

The pattern is called Spring Forward.

Isn’t it sweet? From here and unfortunately way out of my league. I’d probably have to start with taking a class in lace knitting before a could graduate up to a circular sock in such a pattern but isn’t it nice to dream?

New thing to add to my goal list: Take a class in lace knitting.

Tell me, what’s something new you’d like to learn?



How funny are the Not So Real Housewives of the NYC? Thisssss funny. That dis-Countess and Ramona had me laughing so hard last night. I sure needed that at 10PM. And Alex and Simon in their sad blow up pool. I cracked up but it gave me something to like about them. I should get one for the DH and I. We'll be living the high life too.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Savannah Buzzing in My Ear

What's Jack up to? Oh, being Just Jack! You know how that goes.

When I was a kid, of all of about 8, my mom and step dad had a bar/disco on 125th street in the heart of Harlem. It was quite the spot for it's time.

Well, one of my favorite things to do was go by in the afternoons, serve myself an icy Pepsi with two perfect cherries on top then beg my mother for quarters from the register for the Juke Box. She knew what was coming next. Everyone knew. It was time for Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah band!

Oh, how I loved these songs! I drove the bar crazy with them. I can still see the eyes rolling now.

Hmm... I wonder if it had anything to do with me eventually marrying a man from Savannah. Hey, you never know how these thoughts get implanted.

This weekend while looking for a song I had heard and was liking a lot, I ran across them again in iTunes. I figured out that the reason I loved the song was because Cory Daye had sung it with The Band back when I was a kid. So it was already deeply implanted on my heart, somewhere on the 'B' side. I had just forgotten about it. Funny how those things happen huh?

And don't you just love Cory's style and attitude. So much cooler than some of the polished girls of today don't you think?

What is some of the music you loved as a kid? Do you think it had any influence on who you became as an adult?


Monday, March 9, 2009


What's Jack up to? The wild one is resting up today after a busy Jack type weekend. I'm happy to say he's a shaggy dog no more after getting a long overdo hair cut. He had a lot more pep in his step after his grooming and let everyone know how fine he thought he looked. He's so vain.

Hello Monday! I hope everyone had a lovely weekend.

We’ve had some slightly warmer weather this weekend that finally melted all the snow and left me with this sad view out my kitchen window.

Sigh, just looking at it makes me tired thinking of all the work it will take to make it look like something pretty this spring.

But wait, what’s that over there in the corner down by all those hard rocks?

Looks like all the work is not up to me at all. Don’t you just love it when things are put in perspective?

Perspective : the interrelation in which a subject or its parts are mentally viewed ; also : point of view b: the capacity to view things in their true relations or relative importance

Strength-the quality or state of being strong : capacity for exertion or endurance


Saturday, March 7, 2009

Spring Forward

What's Jack up to? The wild one is looking forward to a fun Jack type weekend of play, mischief and more play. You know how he does. Life is so hard for Jack.

Tonight is the night to Spring Forward and set our clocks ahead 1 hour. Sure, we'll lose a very precious hour of sleep and be hot messes for a few days. But the longer days ahead a are sure sign of warmer weather. Rain showers and beautiful buds to come. Embrace it. Spring Forward!


Friday, March 6, 2009


Fabulous Friday!

I'm thinking fabulous today thanks to my blog friend, Simply Seleta and her Fab Friday post ideas. So I thought I'd write about something I found fabulous.

Today Inspiration is on my mind. Isn't Inspiration Fabulous? I'm feeling inspired. Something I hope sticks with me and actually turns into work being produced. Which doesn't always happen through no fault of the lovely muse mind you only the bad critic which I know I should never listen too.

Where do you find inspiration? I was inspired the other day by the beautiful voice of Jazmin Sullivan.

Sometimes it's a image.

Or a look or a feeling?

Or a design

Maybe a Fab Blog. There are plenty over to the right there.

What are some things that inspire you?


photos thanks to flickr and elle decor

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Top Chef Watch What Happens- Spoiler alert ahead

So I just watched the watched what happens special this morning because I was all thrown off with my times last night and watched Top Model. I have to say. This is the way to watch Top Chef!

Well Bravo did a nice job trying to sell us on the magical trickery of Hosea. Um, I didn’t fall for it, but nice try.

Love the Team Europe Bromance clip. Now I want an I heart Fabio tee- shirt.

Oh and then the tension of the Hosea and Leah romance. And Hosea tries to blame it on the Alcohol. Just like the Jamie Foxx song. Way to man up, Hosea.

Now On to lighter things. Who knew about all the craziness going on in the Not So Glad room? I guess they found a way to make it pretty glad. Beds, volleyball net, booze.
The Stefan clip just cracked me up. Laugh out loud funny.
The homage to Tom and all the bald men. Loved it too.

Now the Fan favorite is… Fabio. Ok I’m fine with it, I guess. If my Carla couldn’t win then I’m glad it’s Fabio. He was the funniest. Can’t wait for the Fabio show!

I sure hope Carla gets a show sometime. I’m not ready to let her go yet. We can all practice a little of The Carla Way in our lives. That should be the name of her show. Are you listening Bravo producers?
I'm going to miss Top Chef.
Love this wild show.
Scroll down for fun Jack pics in his cool new booties!

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