Juleen, aka "Juju"
She might be a 'game-changer' on the field, but she was my 'life-changer' first.
Aiden, aka "Whatever He's Pretending To Be That Day"
Cassandra, aka "Cassie"
Chris, aka "Love of my Life"---I can't tell you what else I call him
[Fergie, Me and ODM]
Want to see my Bachelorette Party Pix?! Click Here
[Me and JANET JACKSON!!! The first time I was star-struck!]
I MY BED!
I got mine at Sleep Train! Do your back a favor and go check them out and find out how you can finally get a good night's sleep. Sleep Train offers up the BEST way to ease the stress you carry around all day. A new bed is an investment in your morning! Go to sleep on a good one and you'll LOVE the way you feel when you wake up!!! Tell them I sent you in! :)
For Operation: Thank-A-Vet, Evelyn Erives was given the Pin-Up girl treatment by Ana Vergara and the Classic Glamour Dolls team!
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society OCIE Chapter Honors Evelyn Erives, her Husband, and Other Valuable Volunteers at their 2012 Recognition Dinner
Evelyn's Daughter's Birthday Party at The American Girl Store in LA.
Merida, from Disney/Pixar's "Brave" becomes an official "Disney Princess", but wait...
Turns out that Merida’s only joining the royal lineup after a corporate makeover that’s rendered her skinnier, sexier, and more glamorous than her original spunky, tomboyish self—stripping her, at least in some images, of her trusty bow and arrow, and putting her into the very dress that her character detested in “Brave.” It’s sparked outrage among thousands of mothers for whom Merida offered, finally, an empowering Disney role model for their girls.
I think I'm a bit behind on this story, but please excuse me, I was out on Monday tending to my sick little Merida fan at home so I couldn't discuss my disappointment for this so-called make-over of one of my and my 2 year old's favorite Disney stars, MERIDA!
Look, I'm a self proclaimed "Disney Freak" and also a BIG FAN of the "easy on the eyes" Disney Princesses, but this frustrates me. Merida was supposed to be different. She was supposed to be unruly and tomboyish by nature. Why sex her up? It's unecessary. I can't tell you how many tiny Merida's I saw walking around at Disneyland last weekend. Messy red hair and all! It was adorable. I can't imagine a make-over will sell more dolls to these tiny tots.
What is your take? Are you "Team Merida-Before" or "Team Merida-After"?