Friday, July 28, 2006

I am not really sure...

When I got home last night there was a package in the mail from my grandma. It was The Princess Diaries 2. There was no note or anything, just the DVD. I have never seen it so I am sure there is some secret meaning to it, but I guess I won't know until I watch it. My grandma...she is a great one.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Bad news guys...bad news

This is one of those things that you kind of new in the back of your head, but you never really wanted to acknowledge or admit to. Lance Bass from 'NSYNC is gay!
Now...I was always a Justin girl, and even though they were all going on with different sorts of solo careers the true 'NSYNC fans were always hoping for the reunion.
"Girl were you alone?"
-Lance Bass
Song: "Giddy UP"
Album: 'NSYNC

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Seriously?


One of my favorite websites is Fred Flare.
It is just a little something that I stumbled upon in a magazine. Once a week I get an email from them about the deals of the week. This week the items of the week were chosen by Amy from product development. Her picture accompanied her picks.

Any thoughts you have on Amy...I would love to hear them.

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Everybody Dance Now...

Here are some of my thoughts on the Hip Hop Class that I attended last night.
You can also read Courtney's Rendition



Some of you may have seen 'Center Stage' (probably not considering it was clearly a B movie...which if you know me you know these are often my favorites.) This dance class was quite similar to the movie. There was one major difference...three people in the back of the class clearly had no background in dance. Some might call them Ryanne, Courtney, and Jaime...we will call them Dancer A, B, and C. Here is what was learned:

1. Even if you have some rhythm... dancing in a class with professionals is much different than breaking it down on the dance floor at a wedding.

2. When your very cute dance instructor teaches you the four count, be warned that it is nowhere near the speed you are forced to throw your limbs around when Beyonce's "De Ja Vue" comes on.

3. Watching every agonizing moment of yourself in a mirror doesn't help you get better.

4. After this excellent experience... laughing at the try outs of "So You Think You Can Dance?" doesn't seem quite so appealing.

Monday, July 17, 2006

Now this is what I call great TV!



Oh how I wanted to be Kelly Kapowski! I thought that purple and black leotard was so cool!