Since it's all about where you went to High School around here I thought it would be fun to keep a list of upcoming area Class Reunions. If you have one coming up please e-mail info at firstname.lastname@example.org.
So excited for the 27th Annual Guns 'N Hoses Thanksgiving Eve. I will be one of the emcees at Scottrade so my tummy is already in knots. I don't wanna screw up and mis pronounce any fighters name. So please keep your fingers crossed for me :)
Here I am in studio in part of my costume for the evening.....yep, I get to wear a tux just like the boys.....
Be sure to watch the video below and don't forget your tickets.....
Since many of you will by flying to visit family and friends this holiday season I thought I should share the results of a recent survey by CNN. It includes the top five most annoying things people do on planes:
1. Kicking, bumping, or shoving the seat in front of them.
2. Reclining their seat.
3. Hogging the bathroom.
4. Taking off their shoes and going barefoot.
5. Neglecting their personal hygiene before flying.
6. Shoving past you to get off the plane.
7. Rolling huge suitcases up the aisle.
8. Playing games without the sound turned off.
9. Coughing, sneezing, and spreading germs.
10. Poaching an empty middle seat by putting their stuff on it, and their bag underneath it.
There's a fine line between being a BAD HOST and having guests that are TOO DEMANDING. But for the sake of simplicity, let's just say it falls on the host to make sure guests are happy.
A new survey came up with the top 11 things guests find annoying when they visit your home. Check 'em out . . .
1. When the host is TEXTING instead of talking to them.
2. Not enough toilet paper.
3. When the host engages in public displays of affection.
4. Being left alone for too long.
5. Not being offered a drink.
6. Getting stuck outside in the cold with no one answering the door.
7. Fighting off pets.
8. Not being introduced to strangers.
9. When it's too hot or too cold.
10. Being told to take off their shoes.
11. Being forced to play a board game.
Some people start to get annoyed by the holidays around Thanksgiving, and let their stress gain momentum right on through New Year's. Here's seven ways to break the cycle . . .
1. Do something fun you used to do as a kid. Think about when you WERE happy during the holidays and recreate it. Maybe it was ice-skating as a kid or watching a favorite holiday movie. Just do it again and try to recapture the magic.
2. Do something selfish. You deserve "you-time" during the holidays, just like the rest of the year. So take a nap, or schedule a massage or some spa treatments. Don't waste time on guilt, just call and schedule the appointment.
3. Go outside. It's probably cold out, but that's actually great for your health. Keeping warm exerts energy, and you need fresh air when you've been stuck in malls.
4. Volunteer. Helping other people is actually a great way for YOU to feel better. But don't force it by doing something you hate. Volunteer to do something you love.
5. Honor people who've passed. You can get depressed during the holidays if you think about someone you've lost. So honor them by making their favorite food, their favorite drink, doing the things they loved, and ENJOYING it. They'd want you to.
6. Forgive your family. They may be annoying, or worse, but they probably love you. So do yourself a favor and let go of any anger and resentment.
I had to share this toy video for all the future female rulers of the world who like to build things and still love the color pink ;)
You go girl.....