See how excited our little owl friend is to be back!
Say hello to the nice people, Dan Rizzoli's owl picture!
Yes! Yes! You wished on that star, blew out all the candles, rubbed the lamp, and spit on the dog, and now your dreams are coming true!
O-WOW has returned with the vengeance of a ten cent burrito!
I have so much wisdom piled up from over the summer -- what with all that moving and traveling and eating chocolate chips straight out of the bag -- that if I don't share some of it soon I'm likely to just splat all over the cul de sac, which is where my neighbors choose to do their splatting, Being new to the cul de sac, however, I feel there needs to be a cooling-off period before engaging in any splatting of a personal nature. There really is a protocol to these things.
SO...on Friday last I had lunch with several uber awesome people -- Becca, Melanie, Kazzy, Jana, Stephanie, Debbie... and who else? Oh, yeah. Me. These gals are such superstars in both the writing and the blogging worlds that I don't think I need to even link to their blogs.
And by that I mean I'm writing this on my eensy weensy laptop and right-clicking for any purpose is muy dificil, and also very, very difficult.
Anyway, at least half of these women bring cameras to all these events. It should be noted that often it is the most beautiful members of our group who are all over the picture taking thing, although in this case there were some real stunners who were camera-free.
The following photograph is from Debbie's camera. Debbie is darling, and her camera looks like something that snapped off the Hubble telescope. It's huge, and completely relentless in its pursuit of absolute, visual truth.
Unless you want the Billy Goats Gruff avoiding bridges for fear of running into you, it might be a good idea to whip a comb through your hair and take a Magic Eraser to at least three of your chins before allowing Debbie's camera within fifty feet of your person.
Also, never, ever wear a blouse that looks like a shower curtain. There's just no right way to make that work.
Now you know.