With everything that’s going on with me lately, one would start to think that I’ve developed quite the ego problem. But I’m here to reassure you all that that is completely untrue. I’m still the same (immensely talented) person that I’ve always been. In fact, I’m probably the most humble (and immensely talented) person you’ll ever meet (if you happen to be in a crowd of immensely talented people.)
One of the things that’s keeping me really busy is the Listen To Your Mother Austin show that’s only weeks away. You may remember (from the dossiers you keep about my accomplishments) that this is the third year I’ve been the co-director/producer of LTYM and it’s always been a wonderful experience (for everyone in the audience when I’m on stage.)
This year we had a huge amount of submissions, then Liz and I had the daunting task of choosing the 13 people for our cast. You can learn about them all on the LTYM Austin website, as well as enter for a chance to win two tickets to the show (that I will clearly be the star of, I mean, who are we kidding here.)
Of course, if you live in Austin (probably because that makes it easier to stalk me), you really have no reason to not just buy a bunch of tickets. Not only because part of our proceeds benefit the St. Louise House that empowers women with children to overcome homelessness in Central Texas, but also because it’s really going to be a terrific show (of my lady guns because I’ll be wearing a tight sleeveless dress that night ka-POW pew pew.)
I’m also excited to say that I’ll be in Laguna Niguel, California next week at the Mom 2.0 conference where I’m speaking on a panel with a few other people (who I will obviously instruct to just keep quiet and not make eye contact with me while I’m giving my sermon on the mount about how to write a proper boob joke.) I’m so excited to be a part of this amazing conference and feel very fortunate to have this opportunity (to show those big time losers the pure power of my blonde ambition and oppressive charm.)
Finally, I’m now a contributor to both the (incredibly fortunate) Lifetime Moms website and the (g-damn lucky) NickMom website where I’ve written a few (insanely funny and dare I say, f-in sophisticated) things lately. Be sure to take a look at them (when you’re not too busy writing fan fiction and/or tribute songs on your mandolin about me.)
Again, I want you all to know that I’m still the same (strikingly gorgeous in a Norwegian royalty type of way) person I always was. I still put on my (very fancy white leather with solid gold snaps and emerald sequins) pants one leg at a time. So never fear because I’ll always, always have time to interact with all of you (via my lawyer, my manager, my personal trainer, my Serbian bodyguard and Mr. Mondoman, the leader of my cult) whenever you like.
And that’s the promise I make to you (for a small fee.)