Kiss Me I'm...
March 17, 2011
Today is St. Patrick's Day! Bring on the green. My girlfriend Shelia Donovan takes this day seriously, her kids wake up to a trail of gold coins that the leprechauns left. Her kids follow the trail to a pot of gold and a breakfast of green bagels and Lucky Charms. Shelia wears the same green sweater year after year along with a "Kiss me I'm Irish" button and hands out green carnations to her friends. For dinner she'll cook up corned beef and add a few drops of green food coloring to some ginger ale so if follows suit with the rest of her day. Irish brogue music plays from her laptop and her celebration is underway. Take note that corned beef and cabbage is on sale at all supermarkets this week; this festive food stands at the front most grocery circulars, with prices extremely low, like cabbage for 25 cents. It's not a meal she'd make year round, but it's certainly welcome and affordable right now. Is this a big deal on the air? Yes; it has value, probably more in the morning than later in the day, and it depends on the format. I'm not thinking many moms driving around with their kids who just got a free St. Patty 's Day face painting at the bank really wants to hear about a big party with lots of green beer on the air. For a single she this could be a fun day for a Happy Hour and for that reason a designated driver reminder is be helpful. Top O' the morning to ya!
She buzz words
Right now she could be
- Looking for something green to wear
- Writing a proposal
- Making jello
- Downloading a large file
She could be a
- Deli clerk
She could be working at a
- Music store
- Video store
- Hallmark store
www.StPatricksDay.com: conveniently has all your information on today's history, parade, events, even recipes.
"Green food dye is so hard to get out of your clothes."
When she thinks green, is she really thinking about the envirnoment?
She's in the know
A Blackberry Bling is a manicure where her texting thumb is painted a different color,usually something sparkly.
A baby blaster is a contraption similar to headphones that allows sound to be magnified into the womb when mom props them around her pregnant belly. The cost ranges from $80.00-$150.00. Perhaps her favorite disc jockey will just let her borrow the real thing. www.Babyblaster.com
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