Aug 13th 2007 9:00AM I don't think Zahara is ugly at all. She does look extremely stressed out and distressed.
Jul 22nd 2007 2:42AM Someone commented that they like the kids 'upbeat attitude' that work at Starbucks. That person has obviously never been to the one I used to go to. I have never run into such a snotty, surly bunch of kids. The manager was surly, and it was obviously a 'trickle down' effect. I tried my local Starbucks 5 different times and finally gave up. The coffee or treats aren't worth putting up with the foul attitude.
Jul 10th 2007 9:59AM I have MS, and the summer is agony for me. The heat really causes me problems. Even though my tiny house does have central AC, the insulation is not that good, and to keep the house completely cool, I would have to run the AC 24 hours a day...which would eventually break my AC and my bank account.
I would love to try out this bed! What an awesome idea!
Jun 27th 2007 10:24AM Wow,I can't believe that guy is 60. He's hot!!!!
That being said, I got the chance to use one of his vacuums at my daughters apartment.It was amazing! If I had carpet, I'd definitely buy one of his vacuums.
Jun 21st 2007 7:27AM Me too!!!!
I am also a Make Up Junkie!!!! YAY!!!!!
A brand I tried and really liked was Make Up Forever. I have had alot of trouble finding the right foundation for my skin, and I saw Carmindy on 'What Not To Wear' using 'MUF'. I decided to give it a try and totally fell in love with it! I use the green primer because I have very red cheeks and visible pores on my nose-and the primer totally eliminates the redness and my visible pores! I got my stash of 'MUF' through Sephora.
Jun 20th 2007 10:32AM I have been a single parent since I was pregnant with my second daughter. Suffice to say, I've been single quite awhile! As many of you single parents know (and 2 parent families as well!), it is a struggle just to keep gas in the car these days! I never could be excessive with my daughters birthdays. For a long time, I felt guilt over that. I have an older sister who is wealthy, and her children's parties are always over-the-top affairs. It was hard seeing the extravagance that went into her parties, then seeing my (puny) celebrations that paled in comparison. However, now that my daughters are older (18,16), they look back on their celebrations with fondness and only happy memories. Why? Because there was no pressure to impress anyone-the celebrations were just pure fun,and the birthday kid was always the center of attention for the day-which kids love to be!!!So, all of you parents are so right:it's the attention and LOVE...NOT the money involved!!!
Jun 17th 2007 12:08PM I always use lip balm. If I don't, when I put on lipstick, I look really strange with patches of color settling into my dry lips.
Thanks for the advice about the Phenol-I'm going to switch to the product my daughter uses and swears by: Crabtree and Evelyn Jojoba lip balm. I tried some of hers and it's dreamy!
Jun 14th 2007 12:30PM I call folks that ride my bumper 'bumper humpers'. My friends and I refer to summer as 'Bumper Mating Season' because of the kids being out of school-they like to drive FAST and if you're in their way-even in the right lane-most of them have no qualms about trying to become one with your bumper. Like one teen told me, "It's no problem for me. I don't have to pay for any car accidents.My dad just buys me a new car." ....I just make sure to stick to the right lane!
Jun 8th 2007 9:37AM I also use a Chi iron, and so does my daughter. We both have very thick, coarse, frizzy hair. NOT PRETTY!!!! The Chi iron was expensive, but well worth the money. I know what it's like to have straight, shiny, glossy hair, and so does my daughter. Just make sure to deep condition at least once a month and use a heat-protectant product to keep your hair from becoming dry and damaged.
You can get a Chi iron at Ulta stores, or from a reputable Ebay seller. We got ours off of Ebay and have had no problems at all. I've seen the T3 at Sephora, and I sure would like to try that, too!!
May 19th 2007 1:12AM I cannot stand Rudy Giuliani. He is an absolutely repugnant man. He has no morals. None. There is no way I'd put a man like him in charge of our nation.
His children don't even like him. He is a liar, a cheater and a morally corrupt man. Having him in charge of our nation would be the kiss of death for the USA.