Somebody should have warned them before they walked out of the door.
Blog Posts by Leigh Ann Fisher
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- Leigh Ann Fisher | Author Blog Posts – Tue, Feb 24, 2009 12:37 AM EST
For little miss Jennifer Love Hewitt, once is never enough. For her 30th birthday, she celebrated by dressing up Audrey Hepburn style as if she was Holly Golightly herself. With her tiara, black sunglasses, pearls, black dress, black gloves and her coffee, Jennifer Love tries to recreate the scence from the beloved move, "Breakfast at Tiffany's." Here again we see this actress scraping on to Hollywood by selling tidbits of her life to anyone who cares. Do you?
Have you ever been at your favorite fast food restuarant in the morning, panicky because as you pull into the drive thru, your clock says 10:28. A few cars are ahead of you but you know you can make it. You pull up to the speaker and the employee on the other side says, "Welcome to McDonald's how can I help you?" You've made the cut-off time you think, until you order "Can I have a sausage biscuit and a large coffee." As your mouth waters over the thought of your delicious breakfast biscuit, you are told: "We are on lunch."Read More »from Why Do They Stop Serving Breakfast At 10:30?
Who eats lunch at ten thirty? This is my biggest concern over McDonald's and their cut off for breakfast. It's at 10:30! Unless you get up at 5:30, you are no way near thinking of lunch at 10:30. There is no way you are wanting to devour your taste buds into a Big Mac at 10:30. I do not understand it. How many of you have had this experience? You are wanting breakfast and they are "now serving lunch."
Another time when I was pregnant, my family was
- Leigh Ann Fisher | Fashion – Thu, Feb 12, 2009 9:26 PM EST
I'm all for women's breasts. They are beautiful and a neccesity when breast-feeding.I have them, more than I would like to have somedays. I'm starting to think though, some women expose too much of them. Take Salma Hayek for example, I know she is breast feeding but hello, this is too much!! I mean what man is not going to stare you down walking around in this? What woman is not going to stare you down too. So when is too much? Would you feel comfortable having your breasts exposed this much?
- Leigh Ann Fisher | Author Blog Posts – Thu, Feb 12, 2009 9:15 PM EST
What has Joaquin Pheonix been up too lately? He declared he was no longer an actor and trying his hand into R&B and Hip Hop. He has been shown on the web performing a hip hop perfomance, mediocre if you ask me. Last night on David Letterman he was practically a zombie. Dressed in all black, shaggy hair and black sunglasses, Joaquin Pheonix looks more like an unkept homeless man begging for change to buy his next beer. Do think this is a hoax? Is he mad at Hollywood for not awarding him an Oscar for his performance in "Walk The Line?" Maybe his is tired of acting and wants to try his hand in something else. Do you think David Letterman went to far in last night's interview? Was the audience and Paul Shaffer out of line by the continual chuckle that rang through the audience or do you think Joaquin Pheonix is performing his greatest acting performance of his lifetime?Read More »from Mumble, Mumble, Mumble... No Wait! That Was Joaquin Pheonix Speaking...
- Leigh Ann Fisher | Parenting – Wed, Feb 11, 2009 4:40 PM EST
I'm one of the lucky ones that went to college. My mother wanted me to have my education more than anything. She scrimped and saved and put me through college. Many parent's today save and borrow thousands of dollars to send their children to school. The sad part about my education: I am a stay at home mom. Sometimes I feel awful for her spending all of that money on me and I stay at home with my children. The extent of my education is spent on making meal plans, grocery shopping, shuffling children around and making sure my husband has clean underwear. I know though, she wanted me to have something to fall back on if all else fails. Thank you mom for that.Read More »from Are you spending the money on putting you kids through college? Read This...
The frustrating part about a college education is even though you have it, companies still want someone with experience. When I was job hunting this was a big factor. Personally, if I was a buisness owner hiring a new employee, I would want someone with experience. The education part is nice but someone with real world experience
- Leigh Ann Fisher | Author Blog Posts – Mon, Feb 9, 2009 4:17 PM EST
- You may feel you need plastic surgery and wind up with a botched stomach like Tara Reid, or dead like Kanye's mother, or need a neurosurgeon like Usher's Wife.
- People you may think are your friends will sell your information to tabloids for a quick buck.
- Everytime you are bloated from the arrival of your monthly visitor, the world is informed you have a baby bump.
- Your child is sick and you run to the store for medicine in your less than attractive sweats and the world thinks you're on drugs.
- Some fans become huge stalkers. You have to hire bodyguards and hope no one kidnaps you child for ranson money.
You may feel inclined to name your child Suri, Pilot Inspektor, or Poppy Honey.
- Leigh Ann Fisher | Love + Sex – Fri, Feb 6, 2009 10:47 PM EST
Do you think holding out on sex with your significant other for two weeks would make it so much hotter? I was watching television awhile ago and a sex expert was talking about ways to put the spice back into your married sex. I'm for it. When you are single, the opportunity to have sex is not always readily available. If you are looking for love, you hang out in bars, churches, attend functions to meet someone you are attracted to and hook up with. When you are married the option to have sex is readily available. For months and years in the beginning, you enjoy this and seize every opportunity to perform this act. As the years move on in the marriage, just as eating peanut butter and jelly for months and years on end everyday becomes old, sex can too. If you take a break, would sex seem as thrilling as it once was?
So I'm in the shower, having my daily cleaning routine when after using the second bottle of shampoo I use, I wonder if this is too much. I have two shampoos: one is an aromatherapy to "energize the spirit" and the other is for dry and damaged hair. I have three different conditioners: one for fullness, the other for damaged hair, and the other to straighten my hair. I have a couple of hair masks and bottles of bodywash in all different scents. Why are women so in love with collecting and using so many different shampoos, conditioners and body washes?
How many shampoos do you have in your shower? What about conditioners; these I always have a ton of. Do you have the beauty product obsession it seems all women succumb too?