Important call and your earbuds won't work? Just grab an xbox headset! Good thing it's not a video call. Nothing says professional like desert camo.
Yep, straight from snow days to PSSAs to baseball every day to end of year stuff.
I have it all.
(Except that ponytail. I like that ponytail.)
Having a really productive Monday becomes less impressive when you realize it's Tuesday.
Bridal Girl is Book 3 of the Blogger Girl series, and starts with Kim-- who we first met in Blogger Girl (Book 1)-- engaged to the man of her dreams, all ready for her Happily ever After. But there are still 7 months, +/-17 problems, and about 700 things to get through before the big day... Planning a wedding is not for the faint of heart. Add in a deadline for her second novel, and Kim is just about pushed over the edge.
My sister got married at the end of last year, so it was really fun to read about the craziness of planning a wedding after just having been a part of some of the same (less crazy) wedding dilemmas. When I got married, I, like Kimmy, had a naked-in-the-bridal-suite experience of my own! I also purchased multiple prom dresses (decision making is not my strongest quality), and have been known to speak in Pig Latin to relay a secret message. Soooo, like I said, relatable :)
Through chapters marked by a countdown till the big day ("big day" sometimes being the wedding and sometimes being a book deadline), Meredith guides us through all of the ups and downs of a bride-to-be and a novice author, keeping us laughing, cringing, and guessing along the way. My only complaint is that Bridal Girl is simply too well written, causing me to finish the book too quickly ;)
*It's true that Bridal Girl is Book 3 in the Blogger Girl series, but it can also be read as a stand-alone book. (I don't know why you wouldn't want to read all of them, but just saying, you totally could.)
Bridal Girl was written by Meredith Schorr, published by Henery Press, April 2018
How is "I can't find my cup" ever a problem that I hear about?
There're only two places it should ever be: in your pants or in your room!
Dressed for baseball or a treck through the Arctic tundra?
You really couldn't tell by looking at me.
It was pretty cool to read that the landing pilot for the emergency landing was a woman. And crazy to read how rare that still is.
(I know that the important part was that the plane was landed safely, but this was an extra bonus.)
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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