Thursday, September 2, 2010

My Turn...

So today has gotten off to a catastrophic start! We're talking bad mood, bad hair, bad Internet connection. And now I'm at work with no air conditioning and if you have never been to Kansas, the humidity is not your friend. Especially with stick straight hair like mine!

All right...before I get off on a never ending tangent, I would like to avert your attention to another blog so you can have a laugh at my expense and of course leave here today on a high note. Kate Grace, a fellow client of Bree's is conducting a series of interviews to introduce each of the clients that Bree represents. Today is my turn. So if you would like to read some embarrassing moments about yours truly then hop on over to A Bit of Grace and check it out!

Hope everyone is having a fabulous day and staying cool!

12 comments:

Carolina Valdez Miller said...

So sorry you're having a crappy day! Blah! Hate these days. I have super curly hair that I struggle to keep straight, so humidity is a killer for me, too. Makes me long for the dry days of winter.

Thanks for the link for Kate's blog. I'll go check it out!

Lindsay (a.k.a Isabella) said...

Sorry about the rubbish day *hugs*

My hair goes all frizzy in humidity too. Thanks for the curly hair dad. lol.

Off to check out Kate's blog now...

aspiring_x said...

the humidity gives me a 'fro. no joke. totally a ponytail day for me!
at least it's not as hot as it was a few days ago... otherwise the no air-conditioning would TOTALLY blow! errr... or not blow??

Candyland said...

I feel your pain. And no, things aren't much better here.
I'm hoping they will once I have a drink later, though...

Elana Johnson said...

Oh man! Hope you get home to A/C and much chocolate!

Amparo Ortiz said...

That was a really funny interview, Renae!!

Hugs for the crappy day, though. A/C fixes everything, hands down. Hope things get better from now on!

Patty said...

OMG...there is nothing in the world worse than being in a second grade unairconditioned classroom...

especially after lunch recess when everyone is sticky and sweaty and they all want to lean on you...that was my life...my heart goes out to you!!!

That was readaloud time in my classroom and I always started the year off with Sideways Stories From Wayside School...Louis Sachar...my kids were hooked on reading from that point on...

Terry Stonecrop said...

Haha! Your embarrassing moments were fun:)

So sorry for your AC outage and general crappy day. I live in Florida so I know humidity, too:)

You'll so enjoy NYC when you get there, one day and you will!

Jemi Fraser said...

Sounds like fun... the interview, not your crappy day. Hope tomorrow is better! :)

Angela M. said...

Ugh! What a bleh kinda day. Hope it's gotten better. I enjoyed reading your interview. It wasn't anything to be embarrassed about really. My niece can't stand the sight of blood and passed out cold when we were watching Pulp Fiction. You know, the part where she gets the adrenaline in the chest. It was kinda funny once we knew she was okay :)

Medeia Sharif said...

Hope it turns around for you.

Humidity is not my hair's friend either.

Hannah Kincade said...

I don't think humidity is good for anyones hair. Ugh. On those days it's a slick ponytail and lots of product.