Monday, November 29, 2010

Sorry to have another shout out to my home girl...

Alright. Confession. I love Oprah. She is amazing. Lately I am crying every time I watch an episode. Fortunately I have someone who understands. This morning, I had a dream that Oprah called me in for an interview. Upon arriving at Harpo, Oprah herself escorted me to a table where a 90's Mariah Carey and Gayle were seated along with a bunch of other people. I didn't get to find out what I was there for but it was a very pleasant dream.

I had an interview with Harpo once and it definitely did not go as great as my dream. I think the producer felt bad for me and showed me around the studio. I do have a little momento...

Friday, November 19, 2010

Her FAVORITE THINGS (said in Oprah voice)

I was in NYC last weekend and it seems like the week got away from me. Once arriving back in the Chi, I had to work until 4am (which I wasn't expecting.) So today I am finally feeling slightly back on track. This morning I was watching Oprah and was reminded of a great suggestion that came up over the weekend. My bff Nana was kind enough to share her Garnier Anti Puff Eye Roller pen with anyone. I eagerly jumped at every opportunity. It is a magical product. Nana wants to host a favor things party just so she can give one to all her favorite people. I love this idea. I would probably give everyone this...

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Too cute

Look at that tiny hand. After I am done with this little lady I am off to NYC to see my favorite ladies on the planet. So excited!

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Monday, November 8, 2010

Reasons Why Everyone Should Have an Indian Wedding

Oh Allison and Nirav's wedding was so much fun. A total cultural experience! Casey and I had such a blast. Sorry for not sharing these sooner but here are some of the best moments from the weekend. Also Indian women have some serious jewelry. Wish I took more shots of that.

1. Mehendi- The art of henna painted on the hand. Yes, it's still on my hand today.
2. The Carriage- Indian tradition calls for 5 or 7 riders.
(they had 7- Nirav's sister was next to him at the other side of him. The carriage driver is included)

3. We got to dress up in the traditional garb
... and it was awesome.

4. Nirav's dad is an amazing dancer. He pulled me on the floor and we boogied away. He danced the whole weekend. Man after my own heart.

5. During the ceremony they gave us pistachio ice cream.
6. Allison was transformed into an Indian goddess. 5 different outfits for the weekend!

7. The Ohm ice sculpture.