I guess there's probably no one left who follows this blog by now, but if by some strange twist of fate you do happen to end up here, I've come back, at least briefly, to ask for your help. I know you probably are wondering where I've been hiding out for the past couple of years, and I would love to tell you, but it would take me ages to catch you guys up...and there's no time for that right now. I promise I'll give you a nice, long, rambling post soon, and tell you all about what I've been up to, but first things first.
Remember Catgirl, SAM, and Ultraviolet?
For those of you who are new, have really bad memories, were absent or drunk the day I wrote about them, or if you just weren't paying attention (don't worry, I won't tell anybody)...they're my kids.
Anyway, they are participating in a modeling contest...and they need your votes! Here's a photo of them on the way to the contest:
|How can you resist such cute faces? Aren't they just gorgeous? Hey, what do you want from me? I'm their mom, I can't help myself!|
Here's how it works...the person with the most likes on Facebook wins. Obviously, the person with the most friends and the most aggressive vote-scrounging campaign comes out on top. Hardly seems fair, does it? But, in this social media dominated society, that's the way the cookie crumbles...and apparently also how models end up on the catwalk. So, I'm asking for your help.
How can you help?
It's really simple. Go to the Dana Models Agency page on Facebook, and like it. Then like the girls' pictures. It's really important that you like both the page and the photos, otherwise your vote won't count.
Here are the direct links to the girls' photos:
Easy peasy, right? So, if you voted, the girls and I give you our hearty thanks. And if you haven't yet, well, what are you waiting for? Come on now, shoo on over there and give 'em all the likes you've got...you know you want to. ;-)
And I promise I'll be back soon with a full account of the past two years, but don't expect anything amazing or life-altering. I haven't joined a convent, or discovered a cure for anything...not even hangovers, nor have I gone on a trip around the world, or spent my time meditating on the meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything. Nah, it's a lot more mundane than that, but I can't say I've haven't had fun along the way.
But more on that later.