Friday night I played golf in a dress and jewelry:
I kept having to tuck my pearls into my dress right before I took a swing, I’m sure you guys know what I’m talking about.
So that was 20 dollars from John Hart.
I went to the PGI fireworks Friday night, and they were AWESOMENESS.
Saturday I worked from 7-noon and then did three more videos for your viewing pleasure…
The first one is me singing A Ha’s “Take On Me” in my kitchen with my hair looking like a 3rd grader tried to make it look like the dude from Flock of Seagulls. Shout out to Jeff Shew. I don’t really have any “80”‘s clothing either so I went with neon green workout shirt.
IF THERE ARE SMALL CHILDREN IN THE ROOM WITH YOU, OR YOU ARE NURSING OR PREGNANT, OR YOU ARE EATING OR HAVE EATEN IN THE LAST HOUR. DO NOT CLICK THIS VIDEO. YOU WILL BE SICK AND YOUR CHILDREN WILL CRY AND SAY THINGS LIKE “MOMMY, WAS IS THE BAD MAN STILL DANCING????”
Here we go:
The second video is a shorter one, It’s for Michelle Boardman:
Wasn’t that just a little too creepy? I think so.
Lastly today, we have a decently long video that is me telling a few stories about my life, for miss Teresa Ruminski. There’s at least one funny story in here somewhere.
Tomorrow’s post will have the following videos in it:
- Trying to drink a gallon of milk in 15 minutes.
- Singing a Taylor Swift song (God help you all)
- Flying a kite (or attempting to)
- Mailing a care package
- Reenacting a scene from Billy Madison
- Doing a “Jenna Marbles” Style video with Larry
Let me know if I’ve forgotten any, it’s hard to keep track of everyone’s requests!
Here’s that last video. See many of you tonight!
A few notes about that video if you watched the whole thing. No, I don’t keep in constant contact with Mr. Scooter Braun, he’s a good dude, but he has REALLY blown up since we last hung out and I’m definitely one of the “little people” they refer to when people get big. Also, I made that list after one day of thinking so obviously those are what came to mind after a day of thinking about it, not reflecting for months, ya know? It’s hard to pinpoint exactly 10 moments, but that’s a great start.