What a thrill it was for me to be back in South Carolina to accept the “Distinguished South Carolina Public School Graduate” award at the inaugural gala sponsored by the SC Association of School Administrators. The night was extra special for me. First, because my guest for the gala was Sarah “Miss Porter” Cloaninger, […]
Meet the Mikearoon, delicious brainchild of my British pal Chef Michael Ian Hales. I met Michael vacationing in Greece. He’s adorable and his handmade Mikearoons are unbelievably delicious. At left, my Tutti Fruity collection, a rainbow of flavors: licorice, strawberry, pistachio, cotton candy, lemon, orange, blueberry & popcorn. There are lots of flavors and […]
Move over Rudolph… there’s a new Christmas classic that’s come to town. And, I must admit, she’s toting out some fantastic tips! Click here to watch AUNT JEAN SAVE CHRISTMAS. And if you like lighting it up, check out how to get a signed copy of my book Merry Christmas, America! Ho ho ho!
If you’ve never heard of the Spartan Race, check it out! Scott, our friend Zoey, and trainer Greg Gomez powered through 9+ miles of mountain climbing and 20 obstacles (including lake swim, 20′ rope climb, and 750′ mud crawl beneath barbed wire) to finish in 3 hours. My favorite moment was a mom & […]
The 32nd Asbury Short Film Festival, New York City’s longest running short film exhibition, returns to the historic Rosendale Theatre on Saturday, June 8th at 7:30pm. And guess who will be hosting the night! ME! The theatre is located at 408 Main Street, Rosendale, New York. The Rosendale Theatre is one of the oldest […]
In light of Minnesota joining the cool kids club (!!!) today, listen in to my NPR interview with the wonderful Sarah LaDuke (at left, right after she interviewed Carol Burnett and… me) for The Roundtable. In the interview, she asks a lot of thoughtful questions about my book Moving In: Tales of an Unlicensed […]