First off, I have to gloat because yesterday my blog got 50 VIEWS IN ONE DAY! Huzzah! To celebrate this momentous blog event (and because it needed to be done soon anyways) I gave Receptionist on the Verge a complete makeover! It’s a bit cheesy, but I like it!
For those of you who did not read my previous posts this week, there is yet another reason to celebrate this week. My manager officially quit! This person has made my life very hard, and it’s such a relief to know the tyranny is over!
I took a floating day on Wednesday to work for Honest Tea. They hired me last August, and this was the first event I’ve done. It was at Coca Cola’s corporate office, and I had fun. If I can combo meal freelance makeup artistry with some Honest Tea, things would be better. This week I also wrote a beauty blog about how much I freaking love primer. Seriously, I don’t usually boast about a product like this, but it makes my skin look even more wonderful than it is already. People are like “your skin is so beautiful,” and I can give credit to my mommy (for giving me her skin genes), my skincare routine (sunscreen and moisturizer) and this primer. Woot.
Yesterday was nuts. I had a rough day. I had to FedEx almost 20 packages! Then the voice mail system went down, so EVERY customer service call for all three brands came directly to me. It was awful, like, I was getting a nervous tic and thought I was going to pass out or cry or both. Throw in some diva attitudes, and that was my day. I went home, drank two beers while taking a long shower, took a nap, drank more beer, put on my 7.5 inch disco heels, popped in my Funny Girl DVD, drank more beer and then sang along with the movie and my cats until Mr. Prentice came home. Despite this traumatic day, I somehow managed to still create a fridge poem, and it didn’t suck.
Concrete Poetry: (Also know as Visual Poetry or Size Poetry) A poem in which the typographical arrangement of words is integral in achieving the desired poetic effect.