April 21, 2011
I remember when Princess Diana married Prince William. My mother had woken me up early for school and I watched Princess Di walk with the the dress that had an enormous train down the long aisle at Westminster Abbey while I ate Quaker maple and brown sugar oatmeal. This was my standard breakfast growing up. I loved it, and now I purchase the low sugar version. I enjoy hearing about this next Royal Wedding and it's details. Everything seems to and should go smoothly. Im sure all background checks happened before the Prince was allowed to get engaged; so much to the dismay of the tabloids I think this historical event will be standard fare with not too much drama heard on our end. I would love to know what is going in behind the royal doors. Is the staff freaking out or working together comfortably? Will anyone miss a beat? I doubt it. Now it's my turn to get my daughter up early so she can see the royal wedding as it takes place. Except this kid is not an oatmeal fan, French toast sticks will be served at this royal wedding viewing.
She Buzz Words:
- Forget Me Nots
Right now she could be:
- Shopping for Easter goodies
- Dyeing eggs with her kids
- Planting a garden
- Planning Easter dinner
She could be a:
- Medical receptionist
- Art teacher
- Wedding Photographer
She could be working at a:
- Butcher-hams are being sold for Easter
- Bridal registry
- Craft store
"I love Christmas lights, but blinking pastel Easter lights are going too far."
She phone starter:
What holiday has become over-merchandiser?
The Natural Marketing Institute has labeled organic shoppers into these four categories:
- Devoted: the most committed shoppers; they have changed their lifestyle to integrate organics.
- Temperates: have modern organic attitudes; they fit organics into their lifestyle
- Dabblers: are noncommittal; they can take it or leave it.
- Reluctants: least trusting of organics and be- lieve they are not worth the extra cost.
The Ronzoni Smart Taste survey of 1,000 moms with kids ages 5-17 found that 27% of her grocery purchases were based on nutritional con- tent, 22% were based on her child's likes, 21% was bought due to taste, and 17% of all her groceries were bought based on price.
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