This was a great, quick read. I admit, I was first sucked into her Bravo show. She has an abundance of great advice and shares things she learned the hard way. Call it empowering, kick-ass and spiritual all at the same time. Read it and she becomes part of your tribe. And, also coming from upstate NY, her perspective is a unique one. Lots of it is just common sense, but we do need Kell on Earth to tell us some things.
If you’re related to me, most likely you’ll be getting this as a gift.
Hello, NY – good-bye OC. Here’s all you need to know for tonight!
I hope Jill has a kick-ass season. Go Team Jill!
I don’t know about the rest of them. Sounds like they all have their own stuff going on, but every time I see Ramona, this is who I think of…
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Who does all this awesome stuff for a party? Who CAN, is the question. Somebody who works for Martha Stewart. Sigh. Take a look at all the little things she has designed for parties here. Perfectly cool. Really makes you rethink the idea of a party favor, slackers.
If that wasn’t enough to knock your socks off, how about this?
And, a way to perk up the dreary landscapes during this long winter… artist Pete Dungey’s pothole gardens, via A Cup of Jo.
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Either you’re in, or out again!
I am writing to you with only the best intentions.Upon the receipt of a super-cool gift yesterday from my super-cool cousin, I was drawn to your web site and learned that you have a new season of Project Runway starting very soon. I tried Season 6, but NeNe and Kim were there waiting for me. They’re like family. So are Heidi and Tim, but something was missing. There was no Santino spark or Christian charm, no gritty NYC. Even the Mood was different. But that brings me back to why I am writing. The super-cool present my super-cool cousin got me was a Mood shopping bag. A nice & sturdy one that is certain to turn heads even here in the blusteriest of upstate New York. So here’s a suggestion. Why don’t you give away some Mood bags? It made me look forward to the new season. It’s just an idea.