If you can take a second to vote for the Minnesota FarmWise plan (submitted by Peggy Knapp) in this challenge to address water issues in Minnesota I WOULD LOVE YOU SO MUCH and so would my perfect and lovely best friend, who interns for this organization. You don’t even have to be from Minnesota to vote for it! AMAZING!
I’m blogging at Glamour’s Smitten column today and tomorrow, so check it out! The first post is linked up there, but there will also be like a MILLION more because I am well-known as a dating and relationships expert. Like pretty much the top expert of all the experts.
“I wouldn’t say I want her to DIE necessarily, but like, it would be great if she saw a really bad murder and had to be relocated to Alabama with the Witness Protection Program.”—my friend Emily, on People We Don’t Like
I got to join in with the likes of Miss Manners and Dear Prudence to give my advice on when it is/isn’t ok to use your smartphone, in an article by the amazing Amanda Hess for Good.is, because analyzing texts like a maniac makes me an EXPERT. (Take that, MOM!) (Just kidding, my mother is very supportive of me all the time.)
Hahahahaha. Seriously why are you still talking to me. Hahahahahahahahaha. It doesn’t make any sense, because, like, you barely even texted me when it would have been appropriate to text me?! But…nowwwwwwww you want to?!?! ahahahahahahaha.
OK so, yeah, being a tall lady has complications sometimes (like, really, how is James Franco shorter than me. I don’t like that version of the world.) but also, it’s awesome. I can reach so much. I can see over almost everyone, which makes concerts easier.
Complain if you will, I do sometimes. But the ladies writing these articles are always just like 5’8” or 5’9”. In other words, 2-3 inches above average. I’m playing you a little violin, way up here, you can hardly even see it. I’m holding it out of your wingspan, you can’t even touch it if you try.