I've been working on this thing for the thing and came across this picture of Rosie. Hmmmm. Who looks more alike, me and Karen or me and Rosie? Soon, we'll give you a definitive answer. Next week at this time, we'll be back from New York and working feverishly on the end of Journal Revolution. I am sure our editor will be really happy when next week is done and we are back to bombarding her with stuff in preparation of our photo shoot.
Tomorrow is day I don't know what of trying to find something to wear for the thing. What if my (real sister) Rosie and I are accidentally wearing the same thing? Look how similarly we are dressed! For some reason neither Karen nor I can understand, about 15 people seriously suggested I wear a pretty scarf for the show. This makes me roll on the floor in hysterics because I have never ever ever worn a pretty scarf. I have no neck. The only scarf I ever wear is the knit kind that keeps you warm and is handmade with love by someone who loves me. I can't stand to feel anything tight on my neck (unless it is a scarf that will keep me warm), and even then, it's loose on my neck. Do you know what would happen if I wore a pretty scarf on the show? I'd end up dragging it in paint or I'd get lipstick on it. Or, I'd have to be constantly fidgeting with the knot at my neck. Or, is that not how people these days wear pretty scarves? What caused this new obsession with pretty scarves? Are all my friends stuck in 1979? Then again, perhaps a scarf would be good~ I could use it to wipe off the sweat that will puddle on my forehead in a Cindy Brady moment.
We're thinking you should wear an I AM ART shirt...we'll be selling them again in a few days. They look great with a pretty scarf!
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