Friday, November 19, 2010

A List Of Things To Do...

Find prince. Check. Date prince. Check. Get engaged to prince. Check. Plan the 'Wedding Of The Century.' That's gonna take a little longer. As a devoted viewer of 'Say Yes To the Dress' and 'Four Weddings' I can tell you that the dress is the key to the whole affair. So you can bet that I've been scouring the Internet for any clues about who might be the 'choosen one' to design the future Queen Catherine's wedding gown. I think the front-runner has to be Issa London -- A Brazilian-born designer who is Kate's favorite and did the dress she wore to her engagement. But now the rumors are that there is another London-based contender in the running. Have you ever seen such gorgeous dresses? Me neither.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Just When I Needed A Little Christmas

There are two things I can count on during my morning commute: unbelievable traffic, and me beating my radio station pre-sets into submission. This morning I was given a little treat when a double axel truck full of Christmas trees from the North Pole (let me have this one, okay?) was stuck in the lane next to me. Visions of sugar plums immediately started dancing through my head and I reminded myself that I had already updated my Christmas music playlist on my iPod -- and am all set for the holidays. I know there are those among you who will cry about killing beautiful living trees for a commercial holiday. To those people I say, at least once a week I'm stuck in traffic next to a truck full of little piggies on a trip to be made into bacon. It's the ultimate upset for me -- I love bacon -- I just want to believe that it too comes from the North Pole.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Save The Date For A Royal Wedding

Finally! Will and Kate have announced their engagement. I can't think of anything more fun to look forward to in 2011 then a royal wedding. After you watch Fred Astaire dance in a completely unrelated "Royal Wedding," you can catch up on all the latest news about the engagement from British Royal Wedding. If that website leaves any stone unturned -- then might I direct your attention to the London Dail Mail and UK Telegragh.